With the launch of WordPress 4.0 due on the 27th of August I thought we’d make a post explaining a little more about the WordPress development process and proposed new features and design ideas.
If you run a private community or members only website using WordPress, by default anyone can download your attachments/uploads/files. This isn’t ideal especially if you only want to provide access to these files for your members and don’t want the … Continue reading
In this article I’m going to explain how you can install ownCloud within your Linux hosting or Store & Share accounts.
An exploit has been found that effects both WordPress and Drupal’s xmlrpc.php file. The XMLRPC function is used for remote access via mobile phones, pingbacks and trackbacks. This security issue effects WordPress versions 3.5 to 3.9 and Drupal versions 6.x … Continue reading
As the Umbraco CMS is getting more popular, more people are using for high profile websites and are having the code audited. Yesterday Umbraco published the findings of these independent security audits.
In this article I will explain how you can unlock the power of ownCloud using your mobile device or tablet.
The MailPoet plugin (wysija-newsletters) is a very popular plugin (over 1.7 million downloads) and has recently been identified by Marc-Alexandre Montpas of Sucuri as being vulnerable to arbitrary file upload… Meaning an attacker can upload a PHP script of their choosing … Continue reading
TimThumb is a small PHP script for cropping, zooming and resizing web images. Originally developed for use in the WordPress theme Mimbo Pro, it was adopted by many theme developers as a simple drop in script to handle image manipulation.
In this guide we are going to walk you through exporting and importing your MSSQL stored procedures within SQL management studio.
In this article I will provide a list of add-on applications that I would recommend for use with your ownCloud installation.
In this article I’m going to explain what ownCloud is and how you can take advantage of it’s extensive powerful resources for your day to day tech based activities.
Appearing in the top 6 most downloaded WordPress plugins, there comes recent news of bug/fix/release for a series of security issues in the popular “All in One SEO Pack” plugin available from semperfiwebdesign.com and used widely.
Today we are going to walk though the install of PrestaShop on your Linux hosting account. PrestaShop is a free e-commerce platform that’s been in development since 2007 and used by 1.2% of the words websites, so pretty popular too! … Continue reading
When doing development on a WordPress website many of you (myself included) develop the website on a testing / sub domain then move the installation over to your live domain. In this tutorial we are going to show you how … Continue reading
As you know, over the last couple of months we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to bring our platform up to date with the latest technologies. In this article I’ll be explaining what this includes and the benefits you … Continue reading
In this guide we are going to walk you though setting up your Pipe Ten email with Outlook 2013. The steps in this guide should also work for Outlook 2010.
In this guide we are going to run though the installation of the brilliant new open source ecommerce application AbanteCart. For this software we recommend on of our Linux hosting packages, FTP client and about 10 minutes of your time.
It has been announced that Joomla have released version 3.6.3 and 2.5.19 which fixes a critical SQL vulnerability.
In this guide I’m going to go through the installation of Orchard onto your Windows Hosting account.