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Great news for Joomla fans: Joomla 4 alpha has been released and the stable Joomla 4 would be released soon. Joomla 4shows up with both user experience and code quality improvements such as: Framework 2.0, Bootstrap 5 integration, raise minimum supported PHP version to PHP 7, new media manager, back-end UI improvements, remove previously deprecated functionality and more is expected to give Joomla! large functionality improvements with limited backward compatibility breaks.


JA Joomla Page Buider is still in RC stage but we were amazed at how our friends have been using it to create really cool landing pages. We are sure there would be more such coming up as we release our next version with ready to use pages and more block layouts. JA Page Builder as it is confirmed by our users also is the easiest yet powerful page builder for Joomla. We will let these showcase blog posts coming as we go through the thousands of pages created so far.


One of the most common questions we hear all the time, is how to move a site from a development environment to a live site, or how to move a site from one directory to another, or even from one server to another. For many this seems to be a huge challenge, fortunately, this can be one of the easiest things you do with Joomla.


JA Quick Contact module allows you to quickly add a contact form in a Joomla module on any pages in your Joomla site. It is compact and sleek. If you are afraid of spam, just install the "extra" JA Multiple Captcha Engine Plugin (for free) and can officially say goodbye to the evil spammers.

The module supports AJAX method.

  • Multiple layouts supported by default
  • All field title in contact form are configurable
  • Send a copy of the submitted contact form to the author
  • Set page to be redirected when submitting form
  • Enable CAPTCHA to prevent spam
  • Use Ajax sending or not
  • Add unlimited recipients

Our Joomla 4 tutorials provide useful tutorials / tips for Joomla users from basic to advanced. In this tutorial, we will show you step-by-step instructions to remove index.php from URLs for your Joomla 4 websites to make friendly url system.

Search engine friendly (SEF), human-readable or clean URLs are URLs that make sense to both humans and search engines because they explain the path to the particular page they point to.

From Joomla! Documentation

What is Joomla articles ?

Joomla Article is a piece of content consisting of text, links to other resources, image, media, ect. Articles are the basic units of information in the content system and the bottom level in the content hierarchy.

How to create new article

Access your site back-end, go to: Content → Article Manager and hit the "New" button to create new article.

create joomla article

In the adding new article page, add article title, article content and assign it to a category.

joomla article edit page

To add intro images and full article image for the article, open the tab Images and Links then browse image for intro image and full article image. The image size depends on your site layout, we suggest you to optimize the images to make the page performance better, check out the tutorial to create optimized images

add image for joomla article

The intro image is to display in article listing page, the full article image is to display in article detail page.

You can embed image in any position in article content, use the format below. But please note that, you have to disable the editor so you can add HTML markup to your article.

<img src="/image_url" alt="" />

Back to the article management page, all the created articles will be listed in this page. In the header, you can see list of options to manage articles, select articles and hit the option. To search and filter article, click on the "Search Tool" to open all filtering options.

joomla options

Display Articles in Front-end

To display an article in front-page of your Joomla site, the standard way is link it in the menu of your website. To do this, we will create new menu item. Go to Menus → Main menu → Add New Menu Item.

create new menu item

In the adding new menu item, add title for the menu and select menu type, there are lots of menu type, to show article in front-page, we suggest to select menu type: Articles → Single Article

edit menu item

Next, assign article you created, configure other fields and save the menu item.

edit menu item

Done, open your site front-end to see how the article is displayed.

Joomla article tags

Tags is new feature represented in Joomla 3, Joomla Tags provides a flexible way of organizing content, the same tag can be used for different articles (Tag is applied for other content types: Categories, Weblink, Contacts, Newsfeeds). Once an item is tagged with a specific tag, browsing to the link for that tag will give a list of all items that have been tagged with that tag. Once an item is tagged with a specific tag, browsing to the link for that tag will give a list of all items that have been tagged with that tag.

Manage Joomla tags

You can browse to the Tags manager (link on the Components menu). There you can create detailed tags in a way similar to creating an article. Besides a name, tags can include a description, images, meta data and other items similar to all other Joomla content types. In the Tags Manager you can also choose a parent for a tag to create nested tagging.

manage joomla tags

Create tags for Joomla article

You can add tags for article in the article editing page, just type tag in the "Tags" field.

Display tagged content

Once you have tags and some tagged items you can display them in the front end in several ways.

1. Tags embedded in each item

By default Joomla! will display tags embedded in each item that has been tagged. You can turn this display off by changing the parameters.

2. Create menu link to display list of tags

You can create a menu link that displays a list of tags, with links to the tagged items for each tag.

3. Create menu link to display tagged items for a given tag

You can create a menu link that displays a list of tagged items for a given tag and display either as a list or blog style.

4. Use tags module

You can use one of the tags modules. Popular tags will display a linked list of the tags that have the most tagged items. Similar Tags will display a list of items that have a similar set of tags to the currently displayed item (note that this module does not display on pages that are not showing content items).