Joomla is currently beta testing version 3.5 of the popular Open Source CMS. This version doesn’t have much exciting in store for end users in terms of features or functionality. However, it will be the first version to support PHP7, the latest and greatest version of PHP that is supported by most hosting companies. If yours doesn’t, it might be time for a change, because PHP 5.6 is now nearly end of life. What’s that, they don’t support PHP 5.6? Burn their servers, grab your sites and go somewhere else. Might we suggest Siteground, for example? The upgrade to PHP7 … Continue reading Joomla 3.5’s biggest feature? PHP7 support
Joomla has just released back-to-back “critical security releases” after it just released Joomla 3.4.6. Make of that what you will. They’ve just released a version that addresses a “severe security concern”, which is available immediately. The patch apparently closes a … Continue reading Joomla Releases Yet ANOTHER Critical Patch, 3.4.6
If you are using Chronoforms and Joomla, you might’ve run into this particular problem when you use their plug-in to embed the form into a page: it simply won’t send. Instead, you’re thrown into an infinite loop of the form … Continue reading How to solve it when Chronoforms5 doesn’t submit from a page.
Update: After checking on a semi-new installation we noticed that the conflicting option isn’t enabled by default. The article below is still interesting if you foolishly set all options to “yes” like I did. If you’re a customer of Hetzner, … Continue reading Problem with your .htacces on Hetzner in Admintools 3.6.5 ?
Joomlabeat, one of Joomla’s most popular podcasts, is celebrating a milestone soon. They’ll be uploading their 100th milestone and Peter Bui, the guy behind the podcast wants to celebrate that event with you. How? You can leave a message that’ll be played in the podcast. A “Happy Centeniall? or a “Joomla Rocks?” That’s up to you. We don’t want to get involved in the creative process. All you need, is a link and a microphone. We can’ help you with buying the microphone (although our Advertizing manager is screaming we should) but we can give you the link: Leave a … Continue reading Celebrate Joomlabeat’s 100th Podcast by leaving a ‘voicemail’