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One of the most important factors in optimizing your website’s performance is represented by the removal of the query strings from the static resources. The query string represents a method with which both plugins and themes pass on content values and/or carry version details when the page is executed in the browser. The query strings ..

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Gmail along with other free email providers have started to reject the receipt of forwarded emails due to abusive practices from their users. This move appears to have been backed up by the fact that these forwarders don’t only send legitimate emails to Gmail (and other providers), but actually a lot of spam and malware ..

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Some users have reported that after upgrading to the Joomla 3.6.x versions from 3.5 they lost the capability to install extensions with the exception of the web install functionality. Moreover, a warning was being displayed with the following message: No installation plugin has been enabled. At least one must be enabled to be able to ..

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When attempting to do a cross core upgrade from Drupal 6.x to Drupal 7.x one could find himself experiencing the following error which prevents the upgrade from completing: Uncaught exception thrown in session handler. PDOException: SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column 'ssid' in 'where clause': SELECT 1 AS expression FROM {sessions} sessions WHERE ( ..

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If you are running a Drupal 7 site and your site displays warnings or notices which you are unaware how to fix then you can simply disable them by following the steps listed below after logging into your admin panel: Go to Configuration > Logging and Errors. You have three choices: None will disable all ..

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Most of the shared hosting environments still allocate a memory limit of 32MB to PHP by default, and this, nowadays is simply not enough on a standard WordPress, Drupal or Joomla installation. This is the reasons for which, in most cases some of the pages (if not all) of the CMS sites return an error ..

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Changing the database collation is rather easy and needed whenever the server default collation does not comply with the one required by your CMS or PHP script. This issue is pretty common among Moodle users, when upgrading and can be resolved following the steps below: *** Changing via phpMyAdmin 1. For databases: Log into phpMyAdmin. ..

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If you happen to accidentally remove your WordPress’ .htaccess file, or alter it somehow and your permalinks no longer work all you need to do is to add the following code into your .htaccess and the permalinks will start working again without issues: # BEGIN WordPress <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f ..

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In some occasions, you may want to remove the .php or .html extensions for instance from your URL’s in order to make your links look nice and improve your SEO. If you are running your site on an Apache webserver and have mod_rewrite enabled you can certainly do so by following the instructions here. To ..

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