And I must say that I've had no formal training in this, just buy the book, read as much on-line as possible, and hope to goodness that nothing too technically complicated arises!
Joomla! is a marvellous open source content managed system for web-sites. A couple of years ago I tried unsuccessfully (with some "expert" help) to update the Joomla version, as the community had developed some great features. As I am soon to hand over my baby to another keen quilter I decided two weeks ago that it was time to try again to have the latest version running it. That's when the disaster struck! Seemingly total wipe-out! But all was safe, just needed to have the hosting Systems Admin (very nervously) remove ALL the files on the server, then I uploaded the files previously saved locally, fiddled a bit with the MySql tables, and was astonished to see that even the new info added just before The Disaster is all happily in place. I'm sure How I Did a Recovery is not written in any manual or wiki anywhere
I'm hoping that there is another quilter/knowledgeable Joomla user, or someone who knows one, out there who might be prepared to share How To Do a Version Upgrade (without losing all the current data!).
But did manage to sew one Just Takes 2 block, and take a photo of the baby jerseys knitted ages ago but only recently sewn up.
|I didn't crop all of it - just left some of the cutting mat, so you can see it is 12.5" square!|