- First, visit http://myartisanweb.com/ and then click on My Account.
- Enter your username or email address and password.
- In the Client Menu on the right side of the screen, click on My Invoices.
- You can click VIEW INVOICE to see each itemized bill, or just click the green PAY ALL button.
- Click Pay Now at the top right of the invoice.
- And then all you’ll have to do is fill in...
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Recently, some of GoDaddy's servers have been producing a "No input file specified." error message when enabling Search Engine Friendly (SEF) URLs in Joomla. This tutorial will show you step-by-step how to get your Joomla site working on GoDaddy's servers with SEF URLs enabled.
1) Access the file manager and find the htaccess.txt file
Access GoDaddy's file...
Over the last few days I've had the chance to test the new Tags features in Joomla 3.1.
My conclusion: it's one of the best new features to be added to Joomla in a long time.
Not only do Tags work really well, but they also give a glimpse into how Joomla is planning to grow into a better, more unified system where features and data are shared between extensions.
One of the downsides to using popular software such as Joomla, WordPress or Drupal is that lots of spammers know how to target that software. For example, it is not unusual to get a lot of spam registrations on your site.
On the other hand, one of the most frustrating experiences on the web is attempting to fill-in a really hard-to-read CAPTCHA. After several failed attempts, the...
Over the last few years, between OSTraining and Admincredible, we've helped a LOT of people fix problems with their Joomla sites.
Although the problems sound different, we've found that many can be fixed with only 6 solutions.
If you implement all 6, you'll have a safer, healthier and faster Joomla site.
Here are those 6 solutions ...
This tutorial will teach you how to test a Joomla patch (i.e. code fix) on a Windows PC using TortoiseGit. It assumes you've already installed TortoiseGit and created a local repository of the Joomla using TortoiseGit.
In the last tutorial, we showed you how to create a local repository. In this tutorial, we will show you how to update the local repository with the latest development changes from Joomla. This should be done each time before testing bugs or applying patches to make sure that we have the latest fixes.
This tutorial will show you how to create a local version of the Joomla github repository, which houses the latest code base for Joomla.
If you want a Joomla bug to get fixed, you should report it to the Joomla Bug Squad with the bug tracker. This tutorial will show you step-by-step how to file a Joomla bug report.
1) Register and login at Joomlacode.org
The first step is to register and login at www.joomlacode.org.
Click the above link to be taken directly to the registration page.
Some of our staff will be participating in Joomla's Pizza, Bugs, and Fun (PBF) event on Saturday, March 16th, 2013, and we'd like you to join us in the fun.
Joomla's PBF events are generally one day events for the main purpose of squashing bugs before a release, while having fun and engaging with the Joomla community. They are usually virtual events with some live local venues around the...
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