A 404 requests manager presents the you with a list of URLs that were requested but not found on your website. It is useful as it directs you towards signs of bad links on your site and links that have not been provided automatic redirects.
A Meta Data Manager creates a list of articles to allow for easier and more managed access of meta data. Essentially it creates extra fields to let the user search, edit and update the meta data keywords more efficiently and manage them through the use of sorting and other facilities. Read More
Modules are more lightweight and flexible extensions used for page rendering. These modules are mostly known as the “boxes” that are arranged around a component, for example: the login module. The footer is a module. Modules are assigned per menu item. So, you can decide to show or hide the logon module depending on which menu item the user is viewing. Sometimes modules are linked to components such as the “latest news” module which links to the com_content and displays links to the newest content items. However, modules do not need to be linked to components, as a matter of fact they don’t even need to be linked to anything and can be just static HTML or text.
Examples: Banners (mod_banners), Menus (mod_menu), Who’s Online (mod_whosonline)
Management feature: Admin head menu > “Extensions” > “Module Manager” Read More
The act of writing copy (text) for the purpose of advertising or marketing a product, business, person, opinion or idea. The addressee (reader, listener, etc.) of the copy is meant to be persuaded to buy the product advertised for, or subscribe to the viewpoint the text shares. Read More
Upon completion of checkout using a credit card, the customers credit card details will be sent via two methods; half through email, half through your website’s backend. This is a safety measure to protect the customers credit card details.