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YellowWebMonkey offers Managed Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting on our server. Because we specialize in Joomla, the server is already configured to run optimally for Joomla 3.x websites in terms of speed and security. Your hosting account will always have the correct versions of PHP, mySQL, etc for the current version of Joomla so that means you do not have to submit tickets or search around yourself.
Originally YellowWebMonkey did not want to get into the hosting world. However, we were frustrated ourselves with trying to configure shared or reseller accounts the way we wanted as well as tweak settings like closing ports, adjusting file permissions, etc. We knew we couldn't be the only ones experiencing this, so we decided to offer the exact same hosting we use for our own sites.
For those that like specifics:
Below you will find a growing list of common problems our clients ask us about and how to resolve them.
In a web browser, go to http://www.yourwebsite.com/index.php?option=com_users&view=reset where you must change yourwebsite.com to your website name.
From there, fill in your email address (this must be the one associated with your website account) and click ok.
It will email you a token and link to reset your password.
As a part of our upgrades we block certain countries because they have a high propensity to have hackers and malicious users. To change the countries that are blocked or allowed follow these steps
Login to the backend of your website.
Go to COMPONENTS>>RSFIREWALL!>>FIREWALL CONFIGURATION
Go to the COUNTRY BLOCKING tab
If a country is checked that indicates it is blocked; if it is blank it is allowed.
That error occurs from two possible options:
1. You changed the site configuration in the backend of Joomla (database name, username, or password) and now the site cannot connect.
2. Your hosting company made some configuration changes to the server such as the PHP version, etc that are causing the connection problem.
If you have not logged into the site and done the first option, I suggest contacting your hosting company and inquiring about what changes they have made recently.
Do you have this banner on the backend of your site when you login?
Check out our Can you handle upgrading your site with the newest Joomla update? blog that breaks updates down for you.
Check out this tutorial on how to use this new login.
There is no worse feeling that opening your website and see that it has been hacked. Many times hackers will place advertisements that can be embarrassing to your company such as Viagra or pornographic material.