Joomla is firmly holding its position among the world’s top 3 most popular and used CMS platforms. Although there is no one-size fits-all solution, as it’s commonly believed, Joomla is close to being one. It is easy to use for starters, but at the same time it’s well fit for complex projects and seasoned pros. The scope of design solutions and functionality available makes Joomla a frequent choice for web designers and developers.
Although Joomla itself was not meant for blogs, its powerful K2 component makes blogging and managing content more convenient than the original dashboard does. It not only offers rich content forms for articles and improved image management, but also very efficient templating system, built in comments, and front end editing - and this is just to name a few of its benefits.
Now it’s clear why there are so many people desiring to migrate to Joomla (and K2). We will show you in this post how to properly prepare for migration, carry it out and later on, polish up your new Joomla website.