On Windows desktop machines some applications need to be run as an administrator in order to work correctly. The OpenVPN client used with our Client VPN service is such an application and needs to be run as an admin use … Continue reading
In this guide we are going to go though the installation and setup of the content management system Koken. Koken has been specially made for photographers, artists and designers. Providing a full-featured management interface that looks and feels like a … Continue reading
Around this time last year Adobe released their new web developer software Muse. It’s aimed at web designers, allowing them to create great interactive and responsive websites without any prior knowledge of any coding languages. We’ve recently started seeing some … Continue reading
A critical Magento security patch bundle has been released addressing the following security issues:
We’ve been made aware of a serious XSS (cross-site scripting) issue effecting jQuery PrettyPhoto. This exploit allows anonymous visitors to execute potentially malicious code on your website. Both versions 3.1.4 and 3.1.5 allow the execution of remote code and the … Continue reading
Are you in the process of building your website, ready for it’s launch? This check list will give you some ideas of things to do before you put it live. There’s nothing worse than forgetting something basic after a site … Continue reading
In this guide we are going to walk you though setting up your Pipe Ten mailbox within the default Windows 8 mail app. Please note the Windows mail app does not support POP mailboxes, just IMAP. Read about the difference … Continue reading
It has been a busy couple of weeks for the team over at WordPress. They have just released yet another security update, version 4.2.2.
WordPress have just released version 4.1.2 a critical security release for all versions.
There are many things Magento does well, but database management isn’t one of them. Over the last couple of months I’ve spoken to a number of customers having issues with huge Magento databases. In this guide I’m going to walk you … Continue reading
We are please to announce the introduction of a range of new specialist hosting packages specifically designed to host website applications. Prices start from a permanent low price of just £3 per month. The supported Applications have started with WordPress, … Continue reading
In this guide we are going to walk though moving your Umbraco installation over to host with us here at Pipe Ten. This guide should be the same process for all Umbraco versions and is for our Windows hosting enviroment … Continue reading
Kentico 8 has been redesigned from the ground up, whether it’s a CMS, e-commerce shop or an online community Kentico 8 is a out of the box powerful solution for all your website requirements. In this guide we are going … Continue reading
The great development team over at phpBB have released a security patch for all 3.0.x versions of their infamous forum software.
WordPress 4.1 is now available to upgrade from within your WP admin dashboard. As you may or may not know WordPress likes to name its releases after famous Jazz musicians, this release being no different, “Dinah” after Dinah Washington.
In this tutorial we are going to walk though the installation of the popular .NET CMS DotNetNuke on our Windows hosting packages. This installation is a little trickier than other CMS installs and does require you to switch from .NET … Continue reading
As previously posted, WordPress 4.1 will be released next week (16th of December). As part of the release the WP development team have been hard at work ironing out the bugs.
When deploying a WCF service in .NET 4+ you may get a 404 error when trying to view the .svc file extension. To resolve this we need to add the handlers to our web.config file.
The WordPress update 4.0.1 is now available. This release is a security update for all versions and all users should update their websites right away.