Jun 19 2009

Adding Google Analytics to Your WordPress Site

We get asked regularly how to add Google Analytics tracking to WordPress sites. A quick search of the WordPress plugins directory shows about 60 results for “Google Analytics” so there are no shortage of ways to add it. The plugin we prefer to use is WP Google Analytics. With WP Google Analytics you can not … Continue reading “Adding Google Analytics to Your WordPress Site”

Jun 19 2009

Adding Google Analytics to Your Joomla Site

We get asked all the time how to add Google Analytics tracking to Joomla sites. Until now we’ve recommended doing it manually because that was the only way to get the code just above the </body> like Google recommends. All the modules would place the code in the middle of your page. There is a … Continue reading “Adding Google Analytics to Your Joomla Site”

Jun 19 2009

3 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Login From Hackers

Hackers love to use dictionary or brute force attacks to try to get admin logins into sites. What they do is find your admin login page and continue to try hundreds or thousands of passwords until they find yours. There are 3 pretty easy ways to prevent this from working: 1) Change your admin username. … Continue reading “3 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Login From Hackers”

Jun 18 2009

MiaCMS 4.9 Beta Preview

I’ve installed the MiaCMS 4.9 beta to get a look at the new features and am liking what I’m seeing so far. The two big differences you’ll notice are the new bookmarking system (I wrote one back in the Mambo 4.5 days so it’s nice to see functionality like this in the core) and the … Continue reading “MiaCMS 4.9 Beta Preview”

Jun 18 2009

The Future of Mambo?

Now that it’s been about a year since the last Mambo release (June 24th, 2008) it’s time to wonder about the future of the project. At one point it was hailed as the best open source project in the world, but now it seems to be dying a rather quiet death. A Little Mambo History … Continue reading “The Future of Mambo?”

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