How to Optimize your Joomla website

Usually we see slowness in accessing site where optimization of website is needed.

JCH Optimize plugin speeds up your Joomla website by performing a number of front-end optimizations to your website automatically. In this article I will explain about how to optimize your Joomla website.

Download the JCH Optimize extension.

JCH Optimize plugin speeds up your Joomla website by performing a number of front-end optimizations to your website automatically. This reduces both your webpage size and the number of http requests, and results in faster page loading times.

Log into you Joomla Site as an Admin and Go to menu “Extensions -> Manage” and install the extension.

Go to the menu Extensions -> Plugins:


Search for “Optimize” in the filter form and enable it:


After enabling. You will have running the optimizer on your website. You can adjust the plugin settings and other options:


And that’s it! This tool will improve performance and accelerate the performance of your Joomla website.

This concludes Optimize your Joomla website.

How to make a WordPress theme

Mostly we will be interested to make a theme from our end for our site. Currently I am going to explain on how to make wordpress theme.


There are some files that you will necessary create to build a new WordPress theme. Actually the only 2 files that are required are the style.css and the index.php, of course if you want to give more features to the theme, you will need to add the following pages:


style.css – the theme’s official stylesheet with theme info

index.php – ultimately the fallback page for anything without a unique theme file

home.php – your blog’s homepage whether static or archive content

single.php – a single post/article layout

page.php – a single page layout

archive.php – used as a catch-all for archives like categories, tags, authors, and dates

404.php – the default 404 error page layout

You can still add more specific files to have better a defined content and page layout. It is important also that you learn to create child themes to the main theme, so if you need to upgrade your theme, specific CSS information will be on the child theme, so they will be not overwritten with every theme update. The simplest theme possible is a child theme which includes only a style.css file, plus any images. This is possible because it is a child of another theme which acts as its parent.

WordPress Themes live in subdirectories of the WordPress themes directory (wp-content/themes/ by default) which cannot be directly moved using the wp-config.phpfile. The Theme’s subdirectory holds all of the Theme’s stylesheet files, template files, and optional functions file (functions.php), JavaScript files, and images. For example, a Theme named “test” would reside in the directory wp-content/themes/test/. Avoid using numbers for the theme name, as this prevents it from being displayed in the available themes list.

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