In this week's episode of the Joomla Beat podcast I kick off a series of Joomla search engine optimisation (SEO) tips for Joomla. It all comes from a presentation I did for the Sydney Joomla User Group in May and my recording of it didn't go too well, so I've split each tip on my main presentation into smaller podcast episodes.
I also have an awesome interview with Vic Drover from Anything Digital talking about the business, how he got into Joomla and also about his involvement with creating…
In this week's episode I have a focus on web accessibility in general and for Joomla.
On the show I have an interview with Sarah Pulis and Kim Chatterjee chatting about accessibility, inclusive design, Global Accessibility Awareness Day and A11yBytes.
I also take a bit of time out to go over a few tips on how to make your website more accessible.
This week we have a special guest doing the news segment for the show. Brian Teeman, who also featured in episode 8 of the Joomla Beat Podcast, gives us an update of what is coming up at the J and Beyond conference in the Netherlands.
I also have an interview with Sander Potjer from the Netherlands talking about JoomlaDay Netherlands and his ACL Manager extension.
Make sure you listen to the entire podcast for the special coupon codes for discount tickets to JandBeyond and ACL Manager.
In this weeks episode I have an interview with Gev Balyan from Bang2Joom, a new upcoming Joomla template and extension development company providing some cool resources for the Joomla community.
In this episode I also look at the next few JoomlaDay events that are coming up in the next few months.
I also cover an awesome social media tool called Storify and how you can use it for your next event!
This week on the show we have an interview with Tenko Nikolov, the CEO from SiteGround.
Last week we saw a massive brute force attack that was affecting so many sites on the website and Tenko talks to us about the issue, what it is and how SiteGround managed to stop it from affecting their servers and their customers. He also leaves a few handy tips to help protect your Joomla websites from these types of attacks.
I also go over some Joomla news and events that are happening this…
This week on the Joomla Beat Podcast we have some exciting announcements and change to the Podcast. Things are going to change for the better I hope!
We also have a round up of news from around the web about Joomla.
We also have no interview this week. Instead we're doing a big session on the Joomla extensions reviews where I go through a few interesting Joomla extension picks from the Joomla Extension Directory.
This week we have some interesting Joomla news updates
- Joomla 3.1 is being released April 15th
- JED drops index files
- AkeebaBackup goes offline for TWO DAYS
We also talk about Google's new Author Rank that is being added to the Google Algorithm and we also have an interview with Kyle Ledbetter talking about Project Fork, his native Joomla extension for project management of your web design and development projects.
This week we have a look at how to pick a good Joomla extensions. This is a follow up to a blog post that was floating around stating that there was a module that could be downloaded from the Extension Directory that had hidden malicious code distributed with it.
We also have an interview with Chris Ward who talks to us about CiviCRM and CRM systems in general.
This episode we have a few Joomla shout outs to Richard Pearce from Build a Joomla Website and OS Training and their series of #OSTalk video interviews.
We also have an extension review of BT Slideshow and a services review of MyJoomla.com.
Lastly we have an awesome interview with Thang, founder of JoomlaShine in Vietnam talking about how he started in the Joomla space and with JoomlaShine itself.
This week we celebrate the Joomla Facebook fan page reaching 100,000 Facebook fans.
We also see the Joomla extension directory team archives all of the Joomla 1.5 extensions from the directory and we have an interview with Dianne Henning.
Dianne talks about how she's involved in the Joomla community from her involvement with the community magazine, her position within Open Source Matters and a JoomlaDay Boston.