Category Archives: DotNet/Windows Hosting

Why I Put All MODX Sites in Subdirectories

Some people prefer (and will advise you) to put MODX sites in the server’s web root (public_html) whenever possible. There’s nothing wrong with doing that, and it can save you …

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WordPress: E-mailed Passwords are not Being Received! (Tips)

Description: When users try to register with your blog or change their passwords by entering their username and/or email, WordPress indicates that their password has been emailed to them, but …

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Replacing an Existing MODX Site

It’s a common task to have to replace (not upgrade) an existing site with a MODX site. Maybe you’re converting an Evolution site to Revolution, or converting a WordPress site …

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