Joomla is a powerful content management system that provides website administrators with a variety of tools and features to manage their website. However, as Joomla evolves, some features become deprecated and may cause messages to be displayed to the site administrator. These messages can be distracting and may not provide useful information. In this blog post, we will discuss how to disable deprecated Joomla messages using codes.
Step 1: Access the Joomla Administration Panel
To disable deprecated Joomla messages, you must first access the Joomla administration panel. Navigate to your website’s backend and enter your credentials to access the dashboard.
Step 2: Edit the Configuration.php File
Once you are in the administration panel, navigate to the root directory of your Joomla installation and locate the “configuration.php” file. Open this file in a text editor.
Step 3: Add Code to Disable Deprecated Messages
To disable deprecated Joomla messages, add the following code to the bottom of the “configuration.php” file:
error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE & ~E_DEPRECATED);
This code will suppress all deprecated messages in Joomla, but still display other types of error messages.
Step 4: Save Changes
Once you have added the code to disable deprecated messages, save the changes to the “configuration.php” file and upload it back to the server.
Congratulations! You have successfully disabled deprecated Joomla messages using codes. By suppressing these messages, you can reduce clutter in the administration panel and focus on more important tasks. However, it’s important to note that some deprecated messages may be important and should not be disabled. Therefore, make sure to test your website thoroughly after making this change to ensure that everything is functioning as expected.