As Joomla site designers, it is easy to forget that the tool we all love so much, is itself a labour of love. Unlike other large Open Source projects, Joomla is an all-volunteer organization. Without the international community of diverse expertise, passion and commitment, the project would not be a fraction of what it is today.
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Joomla 3.5 has now been released and can be downloaded from Joomla.org. Along with the usual bug fixes, there are several new features of interest, including plugins to alert you to future updates, to help you provide system information for support and an easier method of customising the Protostar template. All of which make this a very useful upgrade.
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Joomla is a common choice in the community of web developers, as it provides enormous flexibility, vital for creating powerful sites with a minimum effort. This open-source CMS isn’t only easy to install, but also provides advanced support in managing and updating websites. Google and other search engines face no obstacles with the indexation of online portals built with this tool. In such a way, users of Joomla can boost visibility of their web resources and deliver their content to the wider audience.