Friday, 21 October 2016 15:21

    Modules edit error following Joomla 3.6.3 update

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    We encountered module edit errors when updating to Joomla 3.6.3. Our searches on the issue lead us to a Joomla page indicating that the error had been reported and that it could easily be fixed by simply following the instructions below:

    • Clear your Browser cache
    • Clear your CDN entire cache (cloudflare or others)
    • (optional) Clear your server cache

    The reason for the error is that the new Joomla version modifed the moduleorder field replacing some html with some element target (the new code in core.js) but if the old core.js is still cache in the browser or CDN, the old code will conflict with the new and generate an error.

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    In this article, I write about re-building your K2 image cache. If like me, you try and test various images sizes for your perfect article style and display, you have probably encounter the challence that K2 presents when resizing images. I came across a really useful tool written by Robert Deutz and found at this address: https://github.com/rdeutz/rebuildK2imageCache

    The php script will rebuld your entire K2 image cache in just a few seconds saving precious time and frustration. Here is how to implement.

    Monday, 19 October 2015 16:54

    Change the Joomla Admin Passowrd screenshot

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    If you can't remember your Joomla password or if you have lost it, read on the following simple step by step instructions to reset your Joomla Admin Password.

    Monday, 19 October 2015 16:14

    What is a Content Management System (CMS)

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    A Content Management System (often shorten to CMS) is a computer application or system (most likely web based) used to create, manage, edit, manipulate and maintain the content of a web site without the knowledge or skills that a webmaster may have. The system may be used by a multiple of users with variable authorisation levels ranging from "Super Administrator", to "Editor", "Author", and "Managers" at any one point.

    A CMS main aim is to provide easy web content creation and maintenance without the need to understand web coding and programming. It also has the additional benefit of offering increasing and endless applications at a fraction of the cost which may have otherwise been charged by professional developers. A content management system is more often than not developed on an open source basis. In other word, the programmatic foundations of the application are developed in a collaborative way where thousands of developers and programmers participate to the project to continuously evolve and improve the software and a free basis.