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Adding Breadcrumb Microdata to Your Joomla Website

Recently, we launched our new portfolio site and I personally have been tweaking parts of it as the days go by. I guess it is a little side project that I keep tapping away at and never will be finished.

One of the more interesting things in the new site build is the addition of microdata into the site. In particular breadcrumb microdata.

We've always used microdata in some way or form on our websites but…

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Moving Your Joomla Website from BlueHost

Moving Your Joomla Website from BlueHost

We've been told through social channels that a hosting company in the States, BlueHost, have stated that they will be suspending websites that are running Joomla 1.5 as they believe it is insecure and ruining their servers. Originally sourced from this article on OSTraining.

Joomla 1.5 can still be secure if maintained properly and we can help…

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Dublin Core and AGLSMeta Data for Joomla

Someone has to do it! We've been working on an extension for Joomla that will allow full AGLS and Dublin Core metadata schemas for Joomla.

The extension allows you to define which terms you would like to use and have displayed on the editor view of a Joomla article. This metadata is then displayed on an article view on the front end of a website.

This will help bring the Joomla content management system a little closer to being a fully capable open source content management system…

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SEO for Smiggin Hole Accomodation for Alpine Chalet

Search engine optimisation is quite an art form and takes time to apply and master.

Working with one Joomla client, The Alpine Chalet, we have been working on getting overall better search engine optimisation results for the self contained ski apartment situated in the ski fields of Smiggin Hole, near Perisher.

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Working with the T3 Framework to Build Joomla Websites

Over the last year we here at PB Web Development have been making more of a push to build all of our Joomla based websites with the T3 Framework Version 3 and it has been one of the best business decisions we have made to date for our development processes.

The T3 Framework work has allowed the entire design and development team to speed up the entire project process. Working within a framework and set of rules has made designing a lot easier and better. The designs are then more easily…

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Joomla Day Sydney 2013

JoomlaDay Sydney 2013 is just around the corner and we're doing quite a bit this year in regards to supporting JoomlaDay and contributing to the running of the event.

If you're in Australia or the surrounding countires, it might be worth coming along and checking out what JoomlaDay Sydney has to offer.

Besides the huge amount of presentations and workshop sessions that are being provided, there are also two key networking sessions at this conference so you as an attendee and join…

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Real Estate Alternative to HubOnline

With the imminent end of the HubOnline service to real estate agents, we've seen many of our own real estate clients struggle to figure out which direction to go now with their websites.

In response to this, we've come up with a very similar system to HubOnline but only better and without the fear of being closed down like HubOnline has faced. We've built a great alternative to HubOnline.

Here at PB Web Development we've come up with a site replication system where we've built a…

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Podcasting for Business

One of the biggest social media trends this year in 2013 is Podcasting and the ability to connect and engage with a user base in audio format via podcast.

Podcasting is a great way to engage with a listener and readership and connect with them on a weekly or monthly basis.

There is no other new media medium that allows you to capture a users attention for periods between 30 minutes to an hour with rich and engaging content.

Video is fantastic in that it is very visual, but…

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Podcasting Apps to Turn Your Smart Phone into a Digital Recorder

Podcasting Apps to Turn Your Smart Phone into a Digital Recorder

iPhone with Voice Memo App

If you're starting out in the world of podcasting and want to use your smart phone to start recording. There are a few great apps that you can…

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Complete Guide to Our Podcasting Production Equipment

When starting out in the world of podcasting there are a few things to consider when purchasing your podcasting equipment for your podcast.

Consider, what type of podcast you're recording, what style from solo dialogue to multiple presenters or one on one guest or multiple guests.

Each type of podcast requires different equipment and this is an equipment guide to help you get started.

Podcasting Equipment Breakdown

For any podcast you will need an input, a mixer or…

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