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What Features make Joomla Popular Amongst Developers?

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What Features make Joomla Popular Amongst Developers?

Joomla is a reliable name in the CMS and website development industry. It is one of the most popular software packages in the world that is used to develop, organize, manage and publish content for blogs, websites, Intranets and mobile applications. Because of its scalable MVC architecture, Joomla is also a great base to platform for web applications. Top CMS development companies globally greatly prefer Joomla for their content related business.

Currently, over 3% of the Web is running on Joomla. It also rules the CMS market share of over 9%. These percentages are evidence that Joomla powers the web presence of hundreds of thousands of businesses, non-profits and large organizations, governments, worldwide. Joomla is as an award winning CMS led by an international community of over a half million contributors that help even the most in-experienced user to develop their websites and turn their digital visions into reality.

Here are some of the Joomla features that have made it the top choice of developers.

Multilingual

One of the distinctive features of Joomla is that it is widely supported open source multilingual CMS platform. It offers language support for over 65 international languages. Content creators and webmasters can develop their websites to be accessible in multiple languages, regardless of the need to step out of the options available in the Joomla core software. With this multi-language support, developers can develop websites that are much more accessible that reach out to a much larger audience.

User Management

Joomla employs a registration system allowing users to configure personal options. There are nine out of the box user groups with different types of user permissions based on how users are allowed to access, edit, publish and administer.
Authentication is a crucial aspect of user management and fortunately Joomla supports multiple protocols, such as LDAP, OpenID, and Gmail. With this, users are allowed to use their existing account information to streamline their registration process. Moreover, all these steps can be unified onto with extensions that give complete control over what users can access and their authentication on your website.

PHP 7 Support

Since the launch of Joomla 3.5.0, it supports the most recent release of Zend’s PHP: PHP 7 offering a significant performance boost to your website. This support is a real aid to the PHP development companies as users can enjoy the benefits of performance improvement. However, Joomla still offers legacy PHP support to PHP version 5.3.10 for web servers that  aren’t yet upgraded.

System Features

Development in Joomla facilitates speedy page loads with page caching, GZIP page compression, and granular-level module caching features. To help the system administrator in troubleshooting some issue, Joomla offers an error reporting and extended debugging mode to resolve the issue. The FTP Layer allows file operations, such as installing Extensions, which do not require developers to make all the folders and files writable. It makes the website administrator’s life easier and increases the security of your website. In addition, it also allows administrators communicate efficiently and quickly with users one-on-one through private messaging or all website users through the mass mailing system.

Microdata library implementation

Joomla Development companies are able to integrate microdata more easily into their websites extensions and. From generating the detailed markup for directories to automating the Author tag in articles, the microdata library canl significantly enhance how developers can optimize SEO with Joomla.

Powerful Extensibility

While Joomla’s core version is just the beginning, its real power lies in the way developers can customize it. It offers more than 7,500 extensions to extend the website and broaden its functionality. To see thousands of extensions to enhance Joomla, simply visit the Joomla! Extensions Directory or use the Joomla extension finder built into it.

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