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Are you taking advantage of the super fast caching capability of memcache? now available on all BUYHTTP shared, VPS and dedicated servers. Dynamic websites like Joomla and WordPress sometimes feels sluggish after installing a number of plugins or modules due to the number of database SQL queries generated by these plugins, so how do we fix … Continue reading “Memcache Installation for CentOS and cPanel”
Sep 12 2013
For a while now, we’ve been encouraging users to use .htaccess to protect their Joomla administrator folder to help protect a number of attacks. This only takes a few minutes to setup an can save you hours of hassles down the road. In order to protect the server and other customers sites if we notice … Continue reading “Protect Your Joomla Administrator Folder”
Apr 4 2011
We’ve had a number of people contact us asking which version we’d recommend using. Here I’ll discuss some of the differences between the two with opinions on why you might pick one over the other. We’ll look at this from the perspective of starting a new site, as well as migrating from 1.5 (should you … Continue reading “Choosing Between Joomla 1.6 and Joomla 1.5”
Apr 25 2010
Joomla has released 1.5.16, a security release in the 1.5 line. All versions of 1.5 are affected and all users are encouraged to upgrade.
Jul 10 2009
One of our clients has written up a good overview of how to quickly and easily turn your Joomla 1.5 installation into a multi-site setup. The basic steps: Setup Joomla on your main domain Park the second domain on your main domain Add a php header redirect to your template’s index.php file If you want … Continue reading “Joomla Multi-site Has Never Been Easier”
Jun 29 2009
Brian Teeman is running a Joomla developer showdown, similar to extension competitions that are done with other systems. These competitions often lead to some of the most used extensions so it will be exciting to see what will be produced. Visit his site for info on the competition and how to get involved.
Jun 24 2009
If you are looking for any Joomla related services there is a new easier way to find what you are looking for. resources.joomla.org has been created due to intense community desire. This is also a great way to get your Joomla services company more exposure.
Jun 22 2009
One very popular way for hackers to try to gain access to your Joomla administrator is to brute force attack to guess your password. Using this method they bombard your admin form with thousands of usernames/password until they find the right combination. Since Joomla doesn’t let you choose the admin username when installing they already … Continue reading “Protect Your Joomla Admin from Hackers”
Jun 19 2009
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”
Jul 27 2007
There is a fairly major security issue with Expose, and a fix is available. This issue affects all versions. First, you want to make sure to upgrade to the latest release (4.6.1) and apply the patch available at https://joomlacode.org/gf/project/expose/frs/.