Setting up a 301 redirect in WordPress

Have you moved domains, or did you add another domain to the army of domains pointing towards your website? You might be wondering how to handle this regarding SEO and 301 redirects. You’ll want the domains to point to one, canonical domain which Google sees as the master domain. In a less-than-perfect world, this would be the point where I write a detailed tutorial. But the truth is that WordPress comes with a built-in method to setup 301 redirects from all secondary domains to the main domains. WordPress will automatically create a 301 redirect from any domains pointing towards your WordPress installation,…

Created a custom Joomla group for back-end access? Update your view(s)

If you are creating a custom access level to grant users back-end access to your site, you might’ve forgotten to take care of something. Granting this new group permissions to access certain components isn’t enough. In order for them to see the menu (which is rather important, some people would say) you also need to make a few tweaks to your view. The fastest way to achieve this, is by adding the custom group to the “Special” view. Alternatively, you could create a new group and grant that access to all modules you want them to see in the back-end but it…

JandMore Teacher Exchange – Sponsor Content, Support a teacher

Hello folks, Earlier this year we mentioned we’d be campaigning tol collect money for the Reddit Teacher Exchange, and with only two months left we’re revving our engines. As a reader of Joomla & More we’re offering you the opportunity to sponsor one of our articles, buy a guest post or be listed as a sponsor. Your donations will be pooled together to buy school supplies for one or more teachers we’ll be paired with in September. Always wanted your name on a Joomla & More article? Then this is an unique opportunity. Or, if you feel like supporting a good cause…

Watch out for fake invoices!

Users and anti-virus companies are reporting a big number of spam messages, which contain fake invoices. The senders aren’t out for your money, but they’re interested in infecting machine. The invoices are fake, and opening the files can or will infect your machine. Word documents There’s a few ways to detect these fake, virus-ridden invoices right off the bat – so keep them in mind. Word documents: If the attachment is a Word document, don’t open it under any circumstance. No self-respecting company would send you an invoice using an editable document format like a Word document. The reason they’re sending these…