Joomla is one of the popular CMS. It is a free and open-source CMS that is built on PHP and stores its database engine on the backend. Joomla’s latest version is “4.03”.
Requirements for Joomla 4.X
Supported Web Servers
Apache – Minimum: 2.4, recommended: 2.4+
Nginx – Minimum: 1.10, recommended: 1.18+
Microsoft IIS – Minimum: 8, recommended: 10+
PHP- Minimum: 7.2.5, recommended: 8.0
Mysql – minimum: 5.6, recommended: 5.6+
Postgresql – minimum: 8, recommended: 10+
Features of Joomla
- Multilingual CMS platform.
- Well-supported platform.
- Easy updates.
- Integrated Help system.
- Media manager tool which is used managing the media files and folders.
- Better to upload, organizes contact management tool.
- Built in search tool (or) smart search feature.
- Easily managing frontend editing.
- Powerful extensibility.
Installation of Joomla in Ubuntu 20.04
- Update the Ubuntu system packages.
- Install a web server (Apche (or) Ubuntu).
- Install required PHP version and its extensions.
- mysql (or0 pgsql/ postgrseql PDO Driver
- Install databse server (mysql/mariaDB) (or) postgresql
- Create a databse and its user for Joomla
- Download Joomla package from Joomla official website.
- Set up a domain (or you can use the ip). If you have setup a virtual host for the domain. Then you can extract the Joomla files in the document root for the domain.
- Restart the webserver.
- Then you can access Joomla using http://ip/ (or) http://domain/
- On the next step, you can enter the database details that you have previously configured.
- Then overview Joomla installation.
- Then go check for pre-installation check and reccomend settings.
- Finally you have successfully Joomla on your domain.
- Then you click the “Remove Installation folder” option.
- Then you can login the dashboard through “Administrator”section.
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