Starting October 14th, MergeCon will be home to the CMS Summit, a place to “Learn and Network”. With sessions and workshops covering CMS’es such as Joomla and WordPress, this summit is called an unique learning opportunity. Amongst the speakers are some names that might be of the most […]
My business card says IT administrator, but my hobby is running Joomla-and-more.com (Joomla, IT) and Toretto.be (Video games). Gamer when possible, regular found @ the movies.
Open-Source CMS Joomla has recently announced through it’s official and unofficial channels that when Joomla 4.0 is released, it’ll only support PHP 7.0 and upwards. Rumors about this requirement have been doing the rounds in Joomla circles for a long time now. This choice will benefit both the […]
Once in a blue moon, I am summoned to work on a Joomla 1.5 website. It’s always one of those sites that’s got problems. Backend not loading. Entire site not loading. Everything looking like it was developed in Wordpad on Windows 3.1. Or, in today’s case, a user getting hundreds […]
Quitee a while ago, Microsoft launched the “Focused” inbox feature. This is a “smart” feature which tries to decide what e-mail is important to you and which isn’t. The mail that isn’t, is moved to an “other” tab. Since this feature is correct 90% of the time I […]
This blog post is a guest post by the developers of Codelobster PHP Edition, and was published as-is. If you have any comments or concerns, please use the comments. For valuable work on creation of sites you need a good comfortable editor necessarily. There are many requiring paid products for […]