Most Joomla attacks are a result of plugin/components vulnerabilities, weak passwords, and obsolete software. Perhaps the biggest disadvantage of every OpenSource CMS is that anyone can download the full source code; this makes it easy for an attacker to determine if your site is running Joomla!, and often he will know the weak points of… Continue reading →
Tag archive: Joomla! 3.1
When you build a website based on Joomla for your client sometimes you use your own server to build and test it, and once it is approved you have to move from server A (yours) to server B (client) without losing any content or CMS and template settings. We also use Quickstart Packages for our… Continue reading →
If you receive the “No input file specified” error message on front-end after a Joomla (2.5/3.1) installation. It’s a problem from web-hosting and is popular on Godaddy servers, so please don’t blame quickstart or template.
To help ensure that you don’t lose your Joomla! 3.x database or files, you should back them up regularly. Even computer novices know that backups are important in case of website crashes or hacks, but many beginners wonder exactly how to backup the CMS and how to recover the data should the worst happen.
Joomla! since version 1.5 have feature, I mean plug-in, which allows you to add modules inside of the content area of articles. This plug-in (Content – Load Modules) exists in the default system and is enabled. Extension has its limitations, the Basic Options tab contains only one option, Style. The options in this combo box… Continue reading →
With the 1.2 release of Gavern, we have completely redefined the way modules are managed within module positions in our templates. With this release, all layout features are included in one field: the Layout Manager.