Replace “Howdy” greeting from WordPress Dashboard

Sometimes you build a website for a client that needs some backend customization, he/she will need access and you don’t want to show him anything but a serious backend site.

So “Howdy” shouldn’t be there, no matter how hard you work to get that back end the way you want, if you let the word “howdy” it will look unprofessional.

So how to remove it? Or better yet, how to replace it with a different phrase? Learn More

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Top 10 Best Free PrestaShop Modules

PrestaShop is a great e-commerce platform, but it’s very unlikely that anyone starting a new business will be happy with the very basic modules selection. Most of the PrestaShop modules on the market are paid products, because of the great functionalities they can add to your shop, and help you sell more. However, there are some free PrestaShop modules as well, which can equally enhance the basic functionalities, with the advantage of not having to spend a single penny for it. Let’s have a look at 10 best free PrestaShop Modules currently available. All of the listed modules are compatible with both PrestaShop 1.5 and PrestaShop 1.6. Learn More

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Never Use the id Field of the User Profile to Retrieve a MODX User’s Profile

This article is about a very insidious MODX error. It iMODX logonvolves using the id field of the user profile to retrieve a user’s profile. It will often work at first, but it can create an unholy mess over time.




The fact is that the id field of the user profile is completely arbitrary. It reflects the order in which the profile records were created and has no real relationship to the users whose profiles are stored there. The profile records are connected to their users by the profile’s internalKey field. The internalKey field is guaranteed to hold the user ID of the user related to that profile. Learn More

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