Last Updated on Monday, 20 May 2013 05:54 Written by Anand Narayanaswamy Tuesday, 21 May 2013 12:00
SPAM comments and trackbacks are a big headache for everyone who manages their WordPress website. It is difficult to control the amount of unwanted comments once the site has find its place on the search engine. However, you can reduce the SPAM comments by making use of plugins designed for this purpose.
Akismet is a popular plugin used in every WordPress based site. By default, every WordPress installation automatically include a copy of Akismet. You just need to activate it from your WordPress admin dashboard to use the plugin.Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 May 2013 06:14 Written by Bob Ray Tuesday, 14 May 2013 12:00
There’s serious security problem with the default installation of the Articles blog extra: It exposes your MODX username — the one you use to log in to the Manager — on every page. This opens you up to a brute-force attack that could allow miscreants to gain complete control of your site. This vulnerability may be fixed in future versions of Articles, but for now, it’s a good idea to make some changes to your Articles Templates and Chunks.
Site hackers have bots that are visiting hundreds of thousands of web sites. They try common Administrator usernames like “admin” “root” and “webmaster” and attempt to log in with both selected passwords (e.g., dates between 1900 and the current year, common names for humans and pets, dictionary words, etc.) and random passwords generated in code. For a fairly reasonable price, you can now buy a computer designed just for this task and capable of trying millions of passwords per second.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 April 2013 01:54 Written by Rodolfo Hernandez Monday, 6 May 2013 12:00
If you want to restrict website access to certain IP address, you have to do it in the web.config file. The Web.config allows you to restrict access to a page, directory, all sub directories, or even the whole website. In this article I will give you a step by step guide on how to blog IP addresses in web.config
1. Open the web.config file of your project.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 7 April 2013 11:58 Written by Carole Bennett Wednesday, 10 April 2013 12:00
Recently on the mojoPortal user forums, the question was asked “How can I provide category-specific feeds from my blog?” This can be extremely relevant in the case of providing targeted topics to various areas of your site, or even allowing you to filter feeds to a specific author if you use a shared blog, or have a number of guest contributors. Joe Davis of i7Media offered an easy-to-follow solution – we’ll outline it here today.
There’s two main parts to this; locating the feed URL, and adding it to your Feed Manager instance. First, let’s find that category-specific feed. Navigate to your blog instance, and click the category of the blog you wish to provide as a feed. From the posts page, copy the link URL from the RSS icon. If you don’t see an icon, you may need to go into your blog settings, and activate the feed link.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 18 March 2013 08:15 Written by Bob Ray Tuesday, 19 March 2013 12:00
Hello, and welcome to my blog.
The folks at the Arvixe web hosting service were kind enough to offer me the opportunity do some blogging for them.Learn More
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