Why the www. Domain Mismatch Causes Joomla Errors

Joomla Errors and the www. Domain Mismatch

Many website builders experience problems with their site for a surprising reason: the www version of your site and the non-www version are the not the same address.

This is not a Joomla-specific issue, but it can cause problems with Joomla sites.

This issue can manifest itself as login failures, WYSIWYG editors failing to load or failing to save content, javascript execution halted with error messages.

In this blog post, you will learn what causes the www domain mismatch and what to do to avoid it.

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How to Troubleshoot Joomla SEF URLs

How to Troubleshoot Joomla SEF URLs

In "The Complete Guide to Joomla Search Engine Friendly URLs," you learned how to make your Joomla URLs easy-to-remember and easy-to-use.

This will help your site in the eyes of both human visitors and search engines.

In this blog post, we are going to give you some troubleshooting tips, in case you would like to set up the search engines friendly URLs exactly how you want.

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How to Make Your Joomla Content Look More Interesting and Exciting

Intro image with Joomla logo and pencil icon

If you followed "The Easiest Workflow to Add Your Joomla Content" tutorial, you learned and practiced the easiest and fastest way to add content to your Joomla site. You ended that tutorial by creating about a dozen articles on your site.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to make those articles look more interesting and more exciting. Specifically, you will work on formatting the text, adding images and links, and choosing the best options for your articles.

At the end of this tutorial, you’ll be able to do the following:

  • Format the text of your Joomla articles.
  • Add images to your content.
  • Add links to different articles and to other sites.
  • Choose the best publishing, article, and metadata options for your articles.
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Installing a New Multilingual Joomla Site

3 Different Approaches to Multilingual Joomla Sites

In this tutorial, we show you how to install a brand new multilingual Joomla site. If you already have a unilingual Joomla site and want to add another language, skip this post.

In this blog post, you will learn:

  • The best place to install Joomla
  • The best way to install a multilingual Joomla site
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3 Different Approaches to Multilingual Joomla Sites

3 Different Approaches to Multilingual Joomla Sites

In our "Introduction to Joomla Multilingual Sites" you learned what multilingual sites look like, what companies or celebrities use them and their advantages and disadvantages. 

In this blog post, you are going to review different approaches to building multilingual sites. There are many different ways to build a multilingual Joomla site, but these are three of the most common:

  • Approach #1: Use Joomla's core features
  • Approach #2: Use different websites for each language
  • Approach #3: Replace Joomla's core features with a third party extension

The choice is not always straightforward. So in this post, you'll take a close look at all three approaches. You then will learn which of the three we recommend.

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The Complete Guide to Joomla Search Engine Friendly URLs

Making Joomla URLs Easy to Remember

A URL is your Joomla site address.

Your site visitors and search engines will be finding your site or its pages using the URL.

In this blog post, you are going to learn about making Joomla URLs easy-to-remember and easy-to-use. This will help your site in the eyes of both human visitors and search engines.

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Introduction to Joomla Multilingual Sites

Introduction to Joomla Multilingual Sites

Would you like to know how to create Joomla sites with content in multiple languages? Joomla really can build professional-quality multilingual sites.

But before you begin, there are some key questions to answer:

  • What do multilingual sites look like?
  • Can I trust Joomla with my multilingual site?
  • Are there any advantages or disadvantages to multilingual sites? 

In this introductory blog post, we'll answer those questions. Let's start by seeing some examples of real multilingual Joomla sites.

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The Easiest Workflow to Add Your Joomla Content

Intro image with Joomla logo and pencil icon

In this tutorial, you will learn and practice the easiest and fastest way to add content to your Joomla site. If you follow this workflow, it will make your Joomla life very easy.

The workflow for adding Joomla content is simple:

  • Step 1: Categorize. Create organization for your articles.
  • Step 2: Add. Write your articles.
  • Step 3: Show. Make menu links so that people can click on them and see your articles.

Let's get started.

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How to Simplify the Joomla Registration Form

How to Simplify Default Registration Form in Joomla 3

This week, a Joomlashack University member asked us about simplifying the Joomla signup process.

Yes, in Joomla 3.7 you will be able to add fields. However, this member wanted to remove fields, without touching Joomla core files.

He wanted to remove the Name field and keep just three fields: "Username", "Password" and "Email address".

We will do this with a neat technique thanks to Lodder from JoomJunk.co.uk.

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How to Add a Joomla Module Position Inside Any Component

Joomla Tip: Add New Module Positions Inside a Component

Do you know that you can display modules inside components? This is possible with a single line of PHP code.

In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to display a module inside any component.

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