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Matchless Website Support

Do you need a webmaster? We are a San Diego based webmaster services company. We provide online business solutions for small to medium size websites built with WordPress or Joomla. San Diego Webmaster Services offers very affordable webmaster and website development services, focused in user experience and SEO, for improved search engine results. 


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Hosting Support

No more guessing! We take care of all your website hosting needs.

Website SOS

Pressed the wrong key and lost website or database? We can help you!

Content Optimization

Make each page a SERPs success with content code and content optimization.

Networking Support

Facebook landing pages, Twitter, Yelp!, Linkedin account support, and more.

Image Optimization

Your images are very important for good Google and Yahoo results.

Content Migration

Joomla and WordPress version upgrade and content migration.



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cms b transparentMigrating Joomla! 1.5 to 3.x is a major migration. Major changes in features and database tables between these two versions makes content migration a pretty challenging task. We take care of this challenging task for you, efficienty and cost effectively.

We offer:

Joomla Core data and third-party extension data migration. Joomla Core data (components) are:

• Categories
• Articles
• Menus
• Modules (core modules - not third-party)
• Banners
• Contacts
• Messaging
• Newsfeeds
• Redirect
• Search
• Smart Search
• Weblinks

Third-party extension migration: needs to be researched to determine if it’s ready for Joomla 3.x and has a migration path or not.

Services include:

Prepare a Location for Joomla 3:
Make sure your server environment meets the technical specifications for Joomla! 3 before proceeding. Note: If your host does not meet the technical requirements, you will need to change hosts.

Set up a Development Location:
• Create a testing site or build area to work in with one of the following:
• A subdomain
• A subdirectory
• A local device via WAMP , MAMP , LAMP , XAMPP .
• A new hosting account on a temporary domain in the root (if you would like to change hosts in the process of migration)
• Restoring a site on a local device. See Installing Joomla locally and Setting up your workstation for Joomla development.
• Restoring a site with Akeeba Backup (read the developer documentation or videos for how to restore a backup of an Akeeba Backup file).


Content Migration Process

We follow a 26 Point migration process:

• Migrate all core data you want to move to Joomla 3.x. Move Sections and Categories. 

• Run the Database Fix

• Install your new template or converted template so that you can see your content. 

• Add new menus if the migration tools didn’t bring over menus. 

• Add modules if the migration tools didn’t bring over modules. Change the module positions to the positions in your new template if required so that your modules show up correctly.

• Check for duplicate alias issues and fix them.

• Check internal links. If any are broken, fix them.

• Take a backup.

• Install other third-party extensions and configure them (like editors, Akeeba backup, slideshows, or plugins).

• Take a backup.

• If your website has large extensions with data to migrate, do each one according to the developer documentation and then take a backup after each one.

• If our migration tool didn’t move the images, we will move your images from the 1.5 site to the 3.x site. 

• Fix asset issues. 

• If you are going to add anything to your site or use new core features like Tags, get them set up and configured at this time.

• Check your URLs on the Joomla 3 site and compare to the Joomla 1.5 site. 


• Migration SEO Tips Series - Part 1 - Planning Your Link Migration Strategy ; and

• Migration SEO Tips Series - Part 2 - Monitoring Your Migrated Site's Health .

• Take a backup.

• Check everything.

• Clean up more.

• Test everything.

• Take a backup.

• Move or change or add updated data from the 1.5 site to the Joomla 3 site.

• Add google analytics to the template or use a third-party plugin.

• Check Global Configuration and make sure all is as it should be.

• Take a final backup of the Joomla 3.x site.

• Take a final backup of the 1.5 site.

• Move your 1.5 site from the root to another subdomain or subdirectory or simply delete it (this is so that you have it again for a brief time if you need to refer to it).

• Backup and restore or simply move files to restore your 3.x site to the root of your hosting.

• Enable .htaccess if necessary for SEF URLs.

• Create a sitemap and submit to Google Webmaster Tools or any other search engine you would like.

• Do all your redirects from the spreadsheet you created earlier for URLs that changed in the migration process.

• Make any other changes that needed to wait until the 3.x site was live.

• Test again.

• Take another backup.

• Kill any instance(s) of the 1.5 site as soon as possible.

• Remove all other dev sites you may have been working with or keep them up-to-date if they are running a current version in order to ward off hack attempts on your server.

• Project delivered!

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