Today we are going to discuss how to install a fresh copy onto your website using FileZilla. If you don’t know how to use Filezilla please view my other tutorial on this here. Learn More
Elgg keeps a system logs that can be very helpful when it comes to know if there have been any changes in Elgg. However, if you don’t control this, the loading speed of your Elgg site could be affected because such logs are stored in the database. In this article I will give you an updated step by step guide on how to reduce the size of system logs in elgg 1.9
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I use Git a lot. It has saved my bacon more times than I can count. I thought I’d write a little about how I have Git set up in MODX and about an easy way to create Git aliases to make life with Git a little easier.
There are a number of Git GUI options, and as I mentioned in the last article, Git features built into PhpStorm (and other editors). If you’re using any of those, this article may not be of much use to you. If, on the other hand, you’re a “command-line” type and don’t already have a bunch of Git aliases set up, read on. Learn More
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