What is Joomla Maintenance?

Before beginning Joomla maintenance or patching, always keep in mind that a good Joomla patch can be used again by users. Read the update history of the patched Joomla site or Joomla installation file to learn whether it has been affected by a certain issue or not.

But if the patch you applied is not causing any trouble, the next step is to check its authenticity. For this, you can use a simple tool provided with the built-in utility that enables you to verify the integrity of your Joomla software. While installing Joomla, please make sure that you have done it properly.

If you have installed the site manually, then you need to ensure that the actual site you are going to upload your website to has a valid certificate. This certificate will be your proof that the site is safe and secure. You should never share this certificate with anyone else as the certificate may end up in their hands if you have it registered with the right company.

Once the site is configured properly, you need to make sure that you have followed the guidelines given in the guidelines and added a static version of the site. There should also be a static version of the content.

If you have used the built-in web designer, then you need to have the version of Joomla that has the latest updates. It is recommended that you download the latest version before you upload the site. To ensure the security of your website, do not change the database passwords on the site.

If you use a hosted platform, there are some good practice of site maintenance. First of all, you should never add new fields that will allow the user to enter his information, even if they want to customize the whole site.

It is also necessary to avoid adding the login screens in different parts of the site. This could easily open security holes which could give the attacker access to the password and account numbers. If you find this to be too much to handle, you may opt for an application that helps you integrate the fields in one place without opening up new security holes.

Another example is that you may have to have the logout page in a certain place for every site. This is especially important if you have more than one administrator, as they would need to access the login pages at the same time.

Keep in mind that the actual site should have a non-robotic version of the CSS that matches with the WordPress settings that you have set in the administration area. Use the theme that matches the content of the site rather than its appearance.

Ensure that you have taken the steps required in order to prevent the files from crashing your Joomla installation file or from having any other harmful side effects. Make sure that you only install Joomla versions that are compatible with the websites you are planning to use for distributing your product.

If any problem is reported to you, make sure that you take it seriously. Otherwise, there is a danger that you may not be able to solve the problem.