Under the motto “You never know who might need this”, we’ve written down the instructions on how to check in a Joomla article. It’s the bane of the existence of some administrators – super users happily ignore petty things such as “other users not checking in.” It’s surprisingly […]
In december, Joomla 2.5 will be “end of life”, which means the developers will no longer update the CMS. Joomla 2.5 played an important role in the #jhistory as it was the first step towards a modern Joomla. (We’re pretending 1.6 never happened). It’s not exactly “news” that […]
For a project of ours, we were in need of a solution that allowed our Joomla site to automatically load another page (on that site) after a set period of time. After some thinking, we came up with a rather simple solution which you can easily implement on […]
When you are building a responsive site, you might encounter the problem i just ran into today. You’ve got these modules, that are a MUST for the “full” version of the website, but they just clutter your site on mobile devices. How can you solve that problem? The […]
Akeeba is a tool with many features, and even though I use it daily I frequently discover new options – or options I simply forgot about. Last week I was reminded of the Akeeba option to delete older back-ups, under Quota Management. More after the “Read More” break!