So, whoever came up with the code injection I ran across this morning - kudos.
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Posted by Jeremy Edgell on 17 January 2012
So, whoever came up with the code injection I ran across this morning - kudos. You and I have crossed paths before and you have become more sophisticated. Screw you, so have I...well, after I panicked and tried to clean up your mess by hand and called in reinforcements to write the script below. Thank-you, Miles[[sitetree_link id=139]].
Posted by Elizabeth on 17 October 2011
Joomla site pages loading slowly? Are there images on that page? If you answered yes, then start here...if you used large images then scaled them down as you went to make them appear smaller, you have identified the culprit.
Posted by Jeremy Edgell on 13 July 2011
Having had to move CiviCRM from server to server a number of times now (for varying reasons) I've located a number of files that need to be updated. It's really very quick...when you know what you're looking for. The Config.IDS.ini file will cause the following error: 'XML data could not be loaded. Make sure you specified the correct path.' The other two will throw database or 500 errors when trying to access CiviCRM components on the Joomla front end and administration (respectively).
Posted by Jeremy Edgell on 26 February 2010
Wow...I didn't know that there were still PHP/MySQL sites (let alone those powered by Joomla! 1.5) that were taking *any* appreciable time to generate nowadays. Until a client came to us saying that his Joomla! 1.5 powered news site was taking 7 to 10 seconds, to generate a page, and up to 20 seconds to download the page.
Posted by Jeremy Edgell on 28 October 2009
I've kinda disliked Joomla's content management for a while. Main reason: there isn't, by default, a mechanism to link from one article to another in the content management system (unlike SilverStripe - love it!). Until now, enter Linkr. The most amazing little tool for finding links in your Joomla! install and automatically inserting them into your editor. If you have to use Joomla's content management system, I highly recommend checking it out!