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29
July
2013

Broken Extensions in Joomla 3.1.4

Broken Extensions in Joomla 3.1.4

It looks like the upgrade to Joomla 3.1.4 can cause headaches for many extensions.  If you haven't upgraded yet, I would hold off till 3.1.5.

Apparently the new release can cause problems with some "views": 

http://docs.joomla.org/J3.1:Extensions_Broken_in_3.1.4

 

Since upgrading our maintenance clients, we have found problems with:

 

 

As we find more, we will update this blog.  In the near term, disabling these will allow the website to work properly.

In troubleshooting, I suggest looking at plugins that affect the front end rendering, like content plugins.

Know of other extensions?  Please let us know in the comments.

Written by: Alexis Priddy Categories: Joomla Core

14
February
2013

Move website, remove folder name from path

Move website, remove folder name from path

This is how to re-direct existing URLs to the new path after moving the site.

 

SCENARIO: Client has a website in a subfolder on their server such as /folder/ so that the links currently indexed by google might be something like:

  • NON-SEF: http://www.mysite.com/folder/index.php?option=com_content&view=categories&id=3&Itemid=2
  • SEF1: http://www.mysite.com/folder/index.php/about-us
  • SEF2: http://www.mysite.com/folder/about-us.html
  • STRINGS: http://www.mysite.com/folder/?id=104

Written by: Alexis Priddy Categories: .htaccess

27
August
2012

Fix Out of Date PHP

Fix Out of Date PHP

More and more extensions are requiring PHP 5.3.  If you are getting warnings, there are two main ways of switching your website over to PHP 5.3

Using .htaccess

Towards the top of your .htaccess, add:

# Use PHP 5.3AddType application/x-httpd-php53.php

 

Change in Control Panel of Hosting

Look for "CGI and Scripted Language Support"

Then go to "PHP Scripting"

Set "Select Default PHP Version" to PHP 5.3

Written by: Alexis Priddy Categories: Server Settings

11
April
2011

How to Build a Joomla Site on Network Solutions (if you must)

Overall, my suggestion would be to never bother with Network Solutions because there are too many other good hosting companies (see my post on Hosting Companies). However, if you find a situation where you absolutely HAVE to, then this is what I finally figured out. This is after finishing a project my company lost money doing because of the many, many extra hours dealing with Network Solutions....

Written by: Alexis Priddy Categories: Hosting

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