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Joomla 3.4 Hosting :: - How to find JavaScript conflict in Joomla

clock November 20, 2014 05:39 by author ben

How to find JavaScript conflict in Joomla?

While JavaScript are beautiful and very handy, they can also bring down a site if in conflict with each other. One can expect JavaScript conflicts to appear as more and more extensions are installed in a Joomla site. The extensions may be using different JavaScript libraries or different library versions or libraries made by different developers which can be in conflict to each other.
It is not all that difficult to rule out such conflicts and extension / template developers can be asked for help then on.

What causes JavaScript conflicts?

The different versions of Mootools library and jQuery library can make a lot of JavaScript conflicts. Event when you use the same libraries versions but those libraries made by different developers (i.e jQuery and Mootools conflict), JavaScript conflict can also occur.

Here is a case study:

  • Template A loads Mootools library version 1.5.0
  • Plugin B loads own Mootools library version 1.2.6
  • Module C loads jQuery library version 1.11
  • Component D loads jQuery library version 2.1.1

An other cause of JavaScript conflict is browser, some non-standard browsers handle JavaScript and the browser's JavaScript conflicts with JavaScript loaded from your site.

How to detect JavaScript conflicts?

So when your site is not working as expected, one should rule out conflicts. But how to check and find the JavaScript conflict?

"The ANSWER is checking the JavaScript console".

There are multiple ways to do it based on browsers. For example, in Firefox and Chrome, the available tools are Firebug, Web Developer toolbar, Debugger, Error Console, etc.
If your site has JavaScript error, the tools will provide you error messages that will help you to figure out the problem and zero in on the extension / feature of website causing this problem. The error message also gets you the names of file in conflicts.

You can detect the problem by checking which extensions cause the problem, here are the steps:

  • Switching to default Joomla template and disable your installed extensions then reload your site and check if the JavaScript error still exist or not.
  • Publish your installed extensions one by one and reload your site. Repeat the process until you discover which parts are in conflict.

How to resolve JavaScript conflicts?

There is no universal step to resolve JavaScript conflict as it varies from case to case and are best resolved by the developers. But here are few things that you can try:

  • Put jQuerry into no-conflict mode

The jQuery library and all of its plugins are contained within the jQuery namespace. Global objects are stored inside the jQuery namespace, by the way so you shouldn't get a clash between jQuery and any other library such as prototype.js, MooTools.

  • Putting jQuery in no-conflict mode immediately after it is loaded onto the page and before you attempt to use jQuery in the page.

<!-- Another way to put jQuery into no-conflict mode. -->
<script src="/prototype.js"></script>
<script src="/jquery.js"></script>
jQuery( document ).ready(function( $ ) {
    // You can use the locally-scoped $ in here as an alias to jQuery.
    $( "div" ).hide();
// The $ variable in the global scope has the prototype.js meaning.
window.onload = function(){
    var mainDiv = $( "main" );

Ask for help from extension provider

If you can not resolve the JavaScript conflict by yourselves, you can search for solutions on internet, ask on forums or ask for support of the extension provider for solution.

My site has different issues?

JavaScript conflict is just one error type, errors can also be produced by PHP, SQL, etc. You can detect those errors using Joomla error reporting, follow THIS LINK for more details.

Joomla 3.4 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: How to use SSL in a Joomla site ?

clock November 19, 2014 08:05 by author ben


Joomla Force SSL is a Joomla feature to activate the SSL Certificate on your Joomla website. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, it is a security protocol that transmits private information over your Joomla site to the scrambled format. As needs be, connections with/inside your site will be on the protected https protocol rather than the standard http prefix.

Your site really needs SSL Certificate?

if you have an ecommerce or business site, SSL Certificate is about a must to ensure your important information is protected. See this Knowledge section for the definite examination.

How to set up SSL in your Joomla site?

Let’s consider if SSL Certificate is necessary for your site.

1. Checklist for your set up

To get SSL Certificate enabled for your Joomla site, you should have these followings in advance :

  • SSL Certificate, which has been installed successfully on your server.
  • Your dedicated IP Address, which is unique for one SSL Certificate.

2. Enable Force SSL in your Joomla site

Note: we used Joomla 3 in this tutorial, for Joomla 2.5, it’s the same.

Step 1: configure your configuration.php file

> Open your configuration.php file
> Find the following line:
var $live_site ='';
> Replace with:
var $live_site = '';
> Next, open .htaccess file then add the following code to the bottom of the file.
RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} OFF
RewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI}

Step 2: enable Force SSL in your Joomla site

> In the Admin Panel, navigate through System >> Global Configuration or simply click the Global Configuration button.

> Within the Server tab, in the Server Settings section, there are 3 Force SSL alternatives that you can select, namely:

  • None: SSL will not be enabled in your Joomla site.
  • Administrator Only: connections to your administrator will be on HTTPS.
  • Entire Site: connections all over your website will be on HTTPS.

> Hit the Apply/Save button. You are done now! So let's check your site now.


In the event that you need to enable Force SSL in some particular pages of your Joomla site. This alternative is really not available in Joomla back-end settings. More over, there are different Joomla extensions permitting you to redirect your chose pages into HTTPS. SSL Redirect could be an extraordinary pick, this extension is good with both Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.

Joomla 3.4 Hosting - to Launch New Data Center in Paris

clock November 10, 2014 10:46 by author ben to Launch New Data Center in Paris, France on November 2014

ASPHostPortal is known for credible and unswerving web hosting solutions. Apart from the reliability of the ASPHostPortal Uptime, which features 99.9 per cent average uptime, ASPHostPortal also offers outstanding data center which reflects ASPHostPortal high speed and high performance hosting package.  Recently, launch its new data center in Paris, France on 9th November 2014 with room for more than 10,000 physical servers, and allowing customers’ to meet their France data residency requirements.

The new facility will provide customers and their end users with services that meet in-country data residency requirements. It will also complement the existing Amsterdam data center and London data center, to provide European customers redundancy options within the region. The Paris data center will offer the full range of web hosting infrastructure services, including bare metal servers, virtual servers, storage and networking.

ASPHostPortal offers the perfect combination of affordability and reliability.  They have an excellent uptime history with several months this year boasting more than 99.9% average uptime.  Their hosting package reflects speed and performance.  Their data center can take much of the credit for such superb services. The new data center will allow customers to replicate or integrate data between Paris, London and Amsterdam data centers with high transfer speeds and unmetered bandwidth (at no charge) between facilities.

“With ASPHostPortal, choosing the data center location is a free feature and option to all customers. The customer simply chooses US, Europe, Asia or Australia. It's simple, intuitive and convenient. The option is free, and there will never be any other cost to the user associated with this option,” said Dean Thomas, Manager at

Clients who have any questions about the feature and the option that is most suitable for their purposes should feel free to contact ASPHostPortal through their 24/7/365 customer support team. ASPHostPortal will help you choose the right option that will best suit your needs.

For more information about new data center in France, please visit

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Joomla 3.3 Hosting - :: How to Improve your Joomla Speed

clock November 10, 2014 08:22 by author ben

How to Optimize Joomla 3 to Improve Site Performance

We know that speed is amongst the most important factors for the success of your website. By default, Joomla isn't slow but you can do a lot to optimize it and achieve great speed for your site. Here you will find the most essential actions you can take to speed up your Joomla 3 website. Here are few things you can easily do to speed-up Joomla:

Keep Joomla and its Extensions Updated

Having the latest version of Joomla is important for your site speed because in each version there are multiple code improvements. Even if the changes are small - new Joomla versions are generally performing better than previous ones. For more information on how to update Joomla to the latest version check out our Joomla Update Tutorial.

Keeping your Joomla extensions up-to-date is as important for the speed of your website as the Joomla itself. For more information on how to keep your Joomla 3 components, modules and plugins up-to-date, please refer to our tutorial on How to Upgrade Joomla.

Enable Joomla Caching

If cache is not enabled, every time your visitors load one of your pages, Joomla has to do few things - fetch the content from its database, load all the plugins, components and modules, you have installed, load your template file and combine all that into a single page. Needless to say this process takes time. This is where the internal Joomla caching system comes to help. When you enable the cache, the first time someone loads your page, the result from the above mentioned actions is stored. Then, all the following visitors will directly get the stored version of that page as if it was a simple, plain HTML file which is much, much lighter and loads faster. This is why caching is one of the most important things to enable in order to have a fast Joomla site.

To enable the Joomla caching, first go to System -> Global Configuration.

Next, you need to click on the System tab to get to the caching settings.


On the right part of this page you will find the Cache Settings. Find the Cache label and click on the drop-down next to it. From the list, please select the ON - Conservative caching option. The other available option - Progressive Caching works a bit different - it stores cached version of your site per each one of your visitors. It is useful in some particular cases and we don't recommend you to use it unless you're absolutely sure you need such caching enabled.

Once you set the caching to Conservative Caching, click on the green Save button at top of your page.

There is one final step that you need to make before the Joomla caching system actually starts working - to enable the System - Cache core Joomla 3 plugin. To do this go to Extensions -> Plugin Manager.

Here you will see a big list of all the plugins, currently installed in your Joomla application. The easiest way to locate the caching plugin is to use the search field. Just type in cache and press the magnifying glass button next to the search field.

Once you do that, you will see the System - Cache plugin and a red cross button next to it indicating that the plugin is disabled. To change its status to enabled press on the red button.

Finally, the status button next to the caching plugin will turn green and you'll see a message, indicating that the plugin has been enabled successfully.

That's it! Your Joomla caching system is now enabled and functional!

Enable Joomla Compression

Another thing that will greatly improve the performance of your Joomla website is the compression. If you enable the internal Joomla compressions system, the page that your visitors will download will be compressed before it is transferred to them. When your webpage size is reduced through compression, it will load much faster. To enable the Joomla compression, first access your admin area and go to System -> Global Configuration.

On this page you will see numerous settings. Click on the Server tab to view the server-related options you can change.

Here, locate the Gzip Page Compression label and press the Yes button next to it to enable the Gzip compression for Joomla.

You will notice that the indicator will turn green showing that the compression is enabled. Finally, press the green Save button in the top left part of the page to commit your changes.

That's it, the compression of your Joomla 3 site is enabled. You can use one of the many free online tools for testing the Gzip compression such as for example. If everything is alright, you should see a notification that the compression is enabled successfully as well as some information about the change in size of your pages. As you can see from the screenshot below, we've reduced the size of our sample page three times simply by enabling the compression.

Warning In same cases enabling the Gzip compression may cause errors. The most probable reason for such errors is that Gzip is either not installed or not configured correctly on your server. Please contact the support team of your hosting provider for further assistance.

Add .htaccess Optimization Rules

Htaccess files handles the way your webservers process your site. There are few rules you can add at the end of the .htaccess file that will improve the performance of your Joomla site:

  • ETag - tells browsers when one image has already been downloaded and can be fetched from the local browser cache instead from the server
  • Expires headers - similar to ETag but allows you to set different expiration times for different file type
  • AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE - minifies the source code of your compiled HTML files by removing empty lines, breaks and spaces

########## Begin - ETag Optimization
## This rule will create an ETag for files based only on the modification
## timestamp and their size.
## Note: It may cause problems on your server and you may need to remove it FileETag MTime Size
# AddOutputFilterByType is now deprecated by Apache. Use mod_filter in the future.
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/plain text/html text/xml text/css application/xml application/xhtml+xml application/rss+xml application/javascript application/x-javascript
# Enable expiration control
ExpiresActive On
# Default expiration: 1 hour after request
ExpiresDefault "now plus 1 hour"
# CSS and JS expiration: 1 week after request
ExpiresByType text/css "now plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType application/javascript "now plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType application/x-javascript "now plus 1 week"
# Image files expiration: 1 month after request
ExpiresByType image/bmp "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/gif "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/jpeg "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/jp2 "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/pipeg "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/png "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/svg+xml "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/tiff "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/ "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/x-icon "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/ico "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/icon "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType text/ico "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType application/ico "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/vnd.wap.wbmp "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType application/vnd.wap.wbxml "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType application/smil "now plus 1 month"
# Audio files expiration: 1 month after request
ExpiresByType audio/basic "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType audio/mid "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType audio/midi "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType audio/mpeg "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType audio/x-aiff "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType audio/x-mpegurl "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType audio/x-pn-realaudio "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType audio/x-wav "now plus 1 month"
# Movie files expiration: 1 month after request
ExpiresByType application/x-shockwave-flash "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType x-world/x-vrml "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/x-msvideo "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/mpeg "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/mp4 "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/quicktime "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/x-la-asf "now plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/x-ms-asf "now plus 1 month"

Reduce Your Images Size

Images are big part of your website. In most of the cases images can be optimized. There are several tips that you should follow when you use images in your pages:

Never use large photos and then scale them using HTML - it takes the browser time to scale the images and they look worse than the original. Always optimize your images. Applications like Adobe Photoshop and online services like  Smush it for example offer easy to use tools that will reduce the size of your images without lowering their quality greatly. Don't add too many images to a single page. If you have an article with many photos for example, try splitting it into pages.

Remove unused and unoptimized extensions

Each Joomla extension you add to your website requires system resources, database and disk space to operate. Having many extensions will increase the overa ll size of your website and make it slower. This is why, it is important to make sure that you have only extensions that you're actually using installed on your Joomla site. People often test different plugins, component and modules and forget to remove them once they finish working with them. It's great idea to do a clean-up of such extensions once in a while just to make sure there isn't any unnecessary content added to your site. Last but not least, when you choose the best extensions for the functionality you want to add to your Joomla site, always check for user reviews regarding the load it creates. Some components are poorly written and can affect the performance of your entire site.

Use Optimization Extensions

There are many extensions that try to improve the performance of your Joomla website. During the years of experience we've gathered while working with Joomla sites, there are few that we can recommend:

  • JCH Optimize - Combines JavaScript & CSS, combines images into sprites, minifies and compresses JavaScript
  • Jbetolo - All the functionality that JCH Optimize has plus CDN support
  • JotCache- Improves the built-in Joomla caching system
  • Cache Cleaner- easily clean the cache from the Joomla admin panel

Joomla 3.4 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: How to Develop OnePage Layout Utilizing SP Page Builder

clock November 5, 2014 05:02 by author ben

Graphic design is ubiquitous in contemporary websites. The one-page structure nevertheless is among the popular web design developments. Those kind designs are frequently challenging to create, they ask for unique template format with lots of module positions in rows, and designers need to plainly express details whilst also gratifying aesthetic targets. The key notion in the One-Page format is predicated on this concept: hyperlinks really don't open up a fresh page; rather, each time a person clicks around the sub-menu hyperlinks the display jump down the web page to that exact content’s area. These designs are challenging as they are less structured and also have a broader variety of dimensions and element ratios. Aesthetics can also be important, as patterns need to usually be eye-catching and visually pleasing.

Many templates also custom-made can be utilized as One Webpage structure, not only those which have been created expressly for this goal. In general what might be surprising for you never even need any module position expect perhaps leading menu, all new positions you'll be able to produce utilizing only SP Page Builder and every Joomla! subpage can use different layout. In means that you'll be able to even use Protostar (default Joomla 3.4+ template) to produce beautiful and expanded layout. This Joomla! extension designed for you to definitely enable you to create your own personal a single subpage masterpiece with several modern trendy functions in-build. 1 of these is an smart responsive style that adjustments it's screen dependent on the dimension from the display your visitor is viewing your site with. What this means is that you simply only need a single design to operate within the multitude of devices: tablets, telephones, laptops and desktop screens that your customer could be viewing your site with.

  • Very first phase is nearly this exact same, you've got to put in SP Page Builder component (Basic or Professional version).
  • Inside of PB component click "New" button to make a brand new webpage check out. Input title, for instance "onepage". Now as an example you can set up template structure called "Full Width Layout" which can present you ways it works.

    While building PB we kept in mind User Experience and customizability. As a result it is easy to navigate and to customize appearance of used elements.
  • Every row has beneath "gear" icon settings also there you will find "Section ID" area - in which you can established the ID attribute for your specific factor. An ID ought to be distinctive in a webpage if you would like utilize it later on for OnePage functions. Knowing this you'll be able to very easily incorporate new rows with picked addons and use distinctive ID title for every of them, for instance: company-features, our-services, our-clients, address-map.

    A lot more usually, style needs creating many options, including colors, fonts, and pictures; we go away picking these variables to long term work.

    After it will allows you to use #company-features menu links in Menu Manager for your sub-menu module. Right now focus on adding different add-ons to your layout with real content if you have it.

  • Save new page layout, and go to Menu Manager -> New Menu Item -> Menu Item Type -> SP Page Builder -> Page and choose your created before layout, in my case it was "one-page".

    It means that under this menu item you will have page which you created in SP Page Builder few moments ago.
  • Now using # before ID name you can add menu lub sub-menu links. Don't forget that they are only local links in single page view.

Bear in mind, our element provides only basic designs - therefore if you will need a lot more polished and beautiful last end result you've got to make use of your own personal css designs and class'es in rows.

The single webpage web design can be a great solution for presenting certain product (new mobile application) or services (repair laptops, car, motorbikes and so on.). You should use it as being a multi page website or benefit from the 1 web page framework - all around you.

Joomla 3.4 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: How to Protected Your Joomla 3.4 Site and go on Vacation

clock October 29, 2014 06:30 by author ben

Will all my Joomla 3.4 websites be safe and sound and might I leave them without concerns for couple of times? What I need to do.

An outdated proverb says: But when you’re around partying, swimming, lying to the beach front another person in existence for the exact time is hacking. Unhappy but legitimate. The whole world bad people never ever sleeps, rest however , you are certainly not device it's important to. So chill out, we will demonstrate you handful of guidelines.

Very first some points, Joomla 3.4 is very protected and stable edition of CMS. Even without having putting in more extensions it really should fight off assaults for very extended time. Essentially the most notable weakness of any CMS (Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla) arrived from people today smaller negligence or insufficient know-how. It is possible to hold the most vaule car as part of your neighborhood however, if you ignore to close the door - usually do not be amazed that somebody drove him away.

The broad bulk of unauthorized makes an attempt hackers employing brute pressure tactics for getting into sites. Which is why you should be prepared prior to; so take some safety measures to reduce the chance of your respective Joomla web page acquiring broken into:

  • In User Manager check usernames of all Super Users accounts - they shoudn't use "admin" or any so short title. Most hackers seek to get the password by trying to bruteforce your admin username.
  • Disable New User Registration in User Manager - should you really don't will need new users additional from front-end.
  • Rename htaccess.txt to .htaccess - because it involve some rewrite principles to block out some popular exploits.
  • Turn on Search Engine Friendly URLs  (in Global Configuration) - this will likely cover standard Joomla URLs.
  • Install and enable plugin ByeByeGenerator - it allows you to change the generator tag, this means "no more" Joomla meta tag in HTML code.
  • In case you have old modules or parts that you are not applying anymore - uninstall them, particularly if they have not been updated or at the moment they have got poor testimonials on JED. Due to the fact numerous extensions (from diverse sources) incorporate susceptible code.
  • Disable showing error (Global Configuration Settings).
  • It is actually greatest to lock down your file permissions approximately possible also to loosen individuals limits within the occasions that you simply really need to let create entry, or to create distinct folders with less limitations for your reason of doing things such as uploading data files. Hardly ever go away permissions for a directory established to 777: this permits all people to jot down knowledge (such as exploits) to it.
  • Scan all your documents to discover destructive code - you could use for it Wemahu ( - and that is a group powered malware scanner ingredient for Joomla! 3.4.
  • There are many plugins and expert services which can act as a firewall for your site. Some of them operate by modifying your .htaccess file and restricting some obtain with the Apache amount, just before it really is processed by Joomla. Examine those ‘ Anti-Hacker’ extensions:
  • jHackGuard (, Akeeba Admin Instruments Pro ( or RSFirewall! ( to shield from the preferred hacking attacks - SQL Injections, Remote URL/File Inclusions, Remote Code Executions and XSS Based Assaults! In particular those people commercial types firewalls allows knowledgeable customers fine-tune protection configurations.
  • Back up your CMS data, together with your MySQL databases

Joomla 3.4 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: The Best Way to Pace Up Joomla 3.4 and Template

clock October 16, 2014 06:56 by author ben

You have Joomla 3.4 that is fairly quick CMS itself, but have you ever at any time puzzled why your website masses so slowly. What aspects have a decisive influence on these delays. Recognize that pace has become a major problem with regards to Seo. By rushing up Joomla, you may also supply a better experience to your clients, boost your professional apearance. Listed here are my reflections and ideas.

Lots of us we reside inside a planet in which, most of the time, much more is best. We ourselves or customers inquire us to include much more photos, banners, social icons, or more different modules that are overload our Joomla template. The problem with continuously attempting to improve content is it isn't going to often generate the most effective results. Incorporating a huge number of components does not imply you happen to be getting something significant completed. It isn't going to function this way. In next hand, this means that Much less could be Powerful.

By picking the crucial, we develop fantastic influence with minimal sources. When you first set a restrict on one thing (numer of modules, plugins, photos and so forth.), it will be considered a pretty arbitrary quantity, as it will consider a while to see what operates to your venture. Check and disable any Joomla extensions which you never use any more. Probably if returing consumers will see web site once again they are going to be suprised that some factors gones but they will be a lot more centered on these which you remaining. Consider your initial week with that restrict being an experiment. If it doesn't perform for you, then adjust it a bit. Then evaluate your present utilization levels and select a reduced restrict depending on everything you believe could be ideal.

How fast is you wheel chair?

Clearly, we wish our Joomla to provide articles (subpages) as fast as you can. Choose a hosting organization that owns servers in the region where your consumers are, and never always the best types inside the marketplace. Your internet host could become a buddy (assisting hand) or your worst nightmare. Of course you will find reliable hosting providers which provide a optimized servers constructed specifically for the open source CMS. By fine-tuning the two MySQL and Apache, WordPress & Joomla websites hosted on those platform perform noticeably faster than other web hosting providers. For example check provide presented by SiteGround internet hosting for Joomla and Wordpress sites.

How heavy is your site "baby"?

Wonder how big your webs site is now? Measuring the size and speed of the Joomla 3.4 website is always very important step. You can do this by using many different tools such as: Pingdom , PageSpeed Insights, webPageTest or the Page Speed add-on for Firebug, or the YSlow Chrome plugin. Test results will provide rich diagnostic information including resource loading waterfall charts, Page Speed optimization checks and suggestions for improvements.

Optimization settings

  • Turn on GZip Compression. On the Top Menu select System -> Global Configuration and click on Server (tab) -> GZIP Page Compression and set the option to ‘Yes’.
  • If you have a large number of images on your site, this setting can drastically impact the load times of your site. For example if you are using K2 component, you can set lower quality of generated images. K2 -> Parameters -> Images. By default there is 100%, but in most cases you can set 80% without harm. And soon all your images will be on the diet. Of course, you should test the settings and use the lowest acceptable value.
  • Enable Cache system - this will increase the load speed of the pages a lot. You set up the cache type in the Joomla Global Configuration -> System.
  • In template settings you will find also some settings which help you improve speed.

.htaccess Configuration Suggestions

Inside the adhering to subsection, we will tweak the server configuration in order to enhance its efficiency. Notice, PHP 5.5 is way more quickly than PHP 5.3.10+. The Apache could be configured through the .htaccess documents, some examples can cause issues on some servers so you're able to ask internet hosting assistance if you're able to use individuals tips.

<IfModule mod_deflate.c>
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html text/plain text/xml
text/css text/javascript
BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4 gzip-only-text/html
BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4.0[678] no-gzip
BrowserMatch bMSIE !no-gzip !gzip-only-text/html SetEnvIfNoCase
Request_URI .(?:gif|jpe?g|png)$ no-gzip dont-vary Header append
Vary User-Agent env=!dont-vary

<IfModule mod_expires.c>
ExpiresActive On
ExpiresByType image/jpg "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType image/jpeg "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType image/gif "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType image/png "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType text/css "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType application/pdf "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType text/x-javascript "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType application/x-shockwave-flash "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresByType image/x-icon "access plus 1 week"
ExpiresDefault "access plus 1 week"

Also The enhance table alternative can enhance the performances within a feeling that we will economize I/O procedure although retrieving info from our database. You'll be able to get it done manually from PHPMyAdmin or using a Improve Your Tables plugin - that when per day optimizes your database's tables so as to preserve your website working at its peek performance by eliminating the MySQL database overhead.

Joomla 3.4 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: Joomla 3.4 is Coming !

clock October 9, 2014 12:20 by author ben

The redefined Joomla launch technique which was lately released emphasizes the generation of normal updates in shorter timeframes than before, as this may ensure that the Joomla CMS is receiving continuous development and there is certainly the potential to get a lengthier support time period for major model releases. Each of the function proposals for Joomla 3.4 had been submitted by May 28, 2014 and also the release-candidate version should be accessible and originally this was scheduled for release by 30 July 2014, nevertheless it appears that there are some delays keeping items back again.

Joomla 3.4 Features

Joomla 3.4 concentrates on four main new features, even though most average users will only have the opportunity to notice 3 of these. The primary concept of this release is not to increase Joomla, but to begin the transition towards the new release cycle and provide main advancements within the Joomla package.

Joomla 3.4 De-couple weblinks from new installs.

This is the initial step in de-coupling parts from Joomla. At present Joomla consists of numerous parts out of the box, numerous of that are not always needed by the common user. Since these further CMS elements incorporate extra bodyweight to the Joomla package deal, but aren’t necessarily set to any use, then they serve to make the general bundle heavier than it needs to be. Weblinks is a great instance of the issue, and so from Joomla 3.4 com_weblinks and all connected modules and plugins will probably be removed from the Joomla set up package. It is a excellent initial step in creating Joomla more user-friendly and making the package deal lighter.

But really don't worry in case your a admirer from the weblinks element; it'll be still accessible for use within your Joomla set up, just not integrated within the main. Rather, it'll have an installable bundle like your typical Joomla extension. The GitHub undertaking is presently created and every part faraway from the main will probably be available in its very own repository in the Joomla undertaking. What is more, weblinks must even be additional for the JED (Joomla Extension Directory) in a new category for eliminated Joomla elements, such as any taken out later on. This additional step is likely to make it easy for user who nevertheless need the performance from the taken out parts to get them set up and running with merely a simply click in the Joomla administrator region.

Joomla 3.4 Ongoing Microdata Implementation

Microdata in Joomla was introduced using the release of 3.2, and Joomla 3.4 will carry on applying this function in Joomla’s core layouts. Since Joomla! 3.2 microdata has been accessible in many in the well-known main parts like com_content and com_contact so it’s likely that these functions will be added towards the few components that don’t however have it. You'll be able to read up on microdata and why it is essential for keeping your content comprehensible not simply for your customers, but for devices such as the Google Search bot to aid enhance your standing in research engines.

Joomla 3.4 Front-end Module Modifying

The title says all of it concerning this new feature. In Joomla! 3.2 you could have noticed small ‘edit’ icons showing up in each module whenever you are logged in around the front-end; clicking them would redirect you to definitely the module configuration page inside the back-end. Joomla 3.4 will modify this behaviour to allow you to modify modules with out the necessity to entry the administrator location, which will be an easier answer for beginners. This characteristic may also be useful if you don’t wish to share administrator accessibility with customers who need to have use of module configuration. With this particular change and the default ACL (Access Manage Listing) functions combined, Joomla will be able to provide almost limitless manage more than who accesses your site, and what they can perform.

Joomla 3.4 Composer Integration

This feature won't be of any fascination to non-developers, but it is nonetheless a thing that developers will definitely value. In brief, it’s large improvement for handling exterior dependencies in Joomla such as the Joomla! Framework and PHPMailer, but absolutely nothing that will be visible for a normal Joomla consumer.

Joomla 3.3 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: The Best Way To Fix For Blank Webpage When Updating T3 in Joomla 3.3

clock October 3, 2014 20:32 by author ben

A recent update to the T3 may cause a blank web page for the Joomla three set up in case you are operating an installation significantly less than Joomla 3.3. It is a little bit of an edge scenario and one that we're however to find out int he wild but several assessments on our quickstart deals domestically have produced the error.

The Error

The bug may be reproduced by updating to T3 v2.3+ in Joomla 3.2 or Joomla 3.3 In the event you have error reporting set to maximum inside your global configuration you will see this mistake:

Fatal error: Call to undefined method JLayoutFile::setOptions() in path/to/installation/plugins/system/t3/includes/joomla25/layout/file.php on line 61

Otherwise the error will end result inside a blank web page.

The Fix

The solution in cases like this would be to update your Joomla three set up to Joomla three.3+ making use of Joomla's constructed in installer.

  1. Navigate to the components > Joomla update menu

  2. You tought to see an update available. Depending on your current edition it'll show Joomla 3.2 or Joomla 3.3
  3. Simply click install in the update.

  4. If the prior update updated your installed in to Joomla 3.2.4 you have to repeat the previous measures.
  5. Go to the Joomla update menu once again.
  6. The update to Joomla 3.3. must now be obtainable. If it is not accessible you could must purge the cache utilizing the purge cache button.

  7. Once the update to Joomla 3.3.1 is available hit the install the Update button.
  8. When your website has been updated to Joomla 3.3.1 go to the entrance of your web site and your web site must screen as predicted.

Joomla 3.3 Hosting - ASPHostPortal :: Joomla 3.3 New Security

clock October 1, 2014 07:43 by author ben

With the release of Joomla 3.3 we'll see a new program requirement for the installation and upgrade or pre-existing website within the Joomla 3.3 series.

To become able to update to 3.3 your server need to meet the minimum specifications of PHP 5.3.10 to permit for the needed larger level of password encryption which is getting integrated into Joomla.

This indicates you'll find several checks that you have to carry out before doing the update!

Because the release of Joomla 3.2.2, there has been the introduction of a brand new program checker before you are able to update your Joomla web site.

So if you update from Joomla 3.2.2 to Joomla 3.3, the installation process of the upgrade will warn you and cease you from upgrading your Joomla website. You can check Upgrade Your Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3.3 in Few Minutes.

If you're on a reduce version of Joomla, this will not happen, or if you are upgrading your website via third party solutions or server level scripts, these may not verify settings either so it's very best to verify your PHP server settings yourself.

It's easy to check, just login to your administrator region and go to SYSTEM -> SYSTEM INFORMATION as well as the PHP version must show on the very first screen that seems. In case your server is not updated, then you may wish to modify servers, ask your host to upgrade the PHP version or simply not update your web site just however. (but you are going to have to to acquire safety updates and new functions).


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