'Joomla to WordPress' conversion service
Although Joomla is a capable content management system, WordPress is more robust, adaptable, and user-friendly. In contrast, WordPress outperforms Joomla in terms of SEO, customization options, and newbie friendliness. Therefore, switching from ‘Joomla to WordPress’ might be necessary to improve your website and your business.
In a reasonable time frame, Wordune’s ‘Joomla to WordPress’ experts can convert your Joomla website into a pixel-perfect, fully functioning, and dynamic theme-based WordPress website.
This service is a component of a larger WordPress Conversion Service that allows conversion to WordPress from various platforms and design files.
We also offer Squarespace to WordPress, WPBakery to Elementor, PSD to WordPress, HTML to WordPress and Sketch to WordPress conversion services.
Advantages of switching from 'Joomla to WordPress'
It’s high time you migrated from ‘Joomla to WordPress’! Unquestionably, WordPress is one of the most powerful yet exciting CMS platforms. And the good news is that you are already in the right place to go through a complete migration from ‘Joomla to WordPress’ smoothly and swiftly!
WordPress advantages include ease of use, better suited for blogging, a larger ecosystem of WordPress plugins and WordPress themes, a colossal support community, and lower development costs.
Plugins and platforms we use in our ‘Joomla to WordPress’ conversion service include, but are not limited to,
Elementor, WPBakery, WooCommerce, TranslatePress, Wpforms, Gravity Forms, Contact Form 7, WPML, Slider Revolution, MailPoet, Rank Math, etc.
Is Joomla better than WordPress?
How do I transfer an existing website to WordPress?
Joomla or WordPress: which is faster?
How many plugins/themes does WordPress have, and how many extensions/templates does Joomla have?
'Joomla to WordPress' accomplishments
Joomla is a competitor of WordPress in the realm of CMS, and it has a large variety of clients running simple websites to complicated ones like Ikea. Keeping your clients pleased is a big challenge on ‘Joomla to WordPress’ conversion requests.
The journey from Joomla to WordPress
Wordune’s team must take big adventures to keep its clients happy. Therefore, in ‘Joomla to WordPress’ requests, the following steps are taken into account to ensure the final product works as smoothly as possible and meets our client’s expectations.
Inspecting your Joomla website
'Joomla to WordPress' cost and timing
'Joomla to WordPress' migration starts!
QA testing and responsive
5. Final tune-ups. Привет WordPress!
They all trusted us!
Impressive output and very responsive agents as usual. We have been working with the Wordune team on several project for years and thats the team you can count on!
Great and professional service when converting our website design to WordPress! Quick to respond, good communication and high quality work.. Recommended.
Working with Wordune has been a great experience. Any request that I’ve made has always been completed in a timely fashion and at a very reasonable price. Their team works in unison to provide a seamless white glove experience. I highly recommend!
I have run an SEO checker on my website and have run into several issues.
It says h1 tags are missing. I’ve read that Joomla uses h1 or h2 tags for menu items. But my site isn’t. The issue is I don’t use a text heading on my page; I use a graphical one. And I use h4 for subheadings because h2 is too large. But I read that Google uses h2 tags for keyword ranking. Also, it says the NoScript tag contains HTML elements. I don’t know where to go to fix that. The canonical tag is missing. Why would my site need this tag? My links use the preferred URLs, and I have URL rewriting turned on. Where would I put this missing tag? Is this something that you can help me out? If yes, please let me know to open a project here.
You might want to consider them because you don’t have any headings on some pages. We have also used this plugin in the past https://extensions.joomla.org/extension/aimy-h1-heading/. We don’t believe there is a way to have them without showing them on the page.
“Canonical tag is missing.” Joomla generates multiple instances of some content. We’re not aware of any way to fix this within the core installation. Several extensions can manage this. Please read the content on this page WordPress SEO services and then create a new ticket and share your link and credentials for a detailed analysis.
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