Information about the Joomla Platform from Version 1.5 through to the current version.
We are working with a new site and uploaded the Joomlatwork free SEF patch for 1.5.17. Depsite a couple of tries, we were not seeing the SEO tab in the configuration manager.
It turned out that we had Filezilla set to ‘overwrite if newer’. Some of the 1.5.17 Joomla files were newer than the SEF patch files resulting in an incomplete upload of the patch. Continue reading
We were installing Joomla 1.5.17. After the first install, we could not log into the admin panel because the input fields were missing. We re-uploaded Joomla and tried agaain. This time the Menu creation pages were missing in the backend.
A couple of more tries including re-downloading Joomla and Re-uploading it yielded similar results. Continue reading
We use Artisteer to create templates for our Joomla projects. It does a great job overall.
We were trying to create a top menu and it was rendering as text, not as a graphical menu. Continue reading
We are in the process of converting our sites from Frontpage to Joomla. We add sitemaps in google and yahoo for our sites. Finding a decent low cost or free sitemap generator has always been a bit of a problem. Continue reading
I was downloading the Joomlaatwork free SEF patch for Joomla 1.5.15 stable. The Windows extract was telling me that the archive was empty. Joomlaatwork’s admin on their support forum suggested using 7zip or Winrar.
I downloaded Winrar and it extracted something called patch_1515_stable. This was not the usual folder and file structure I saw with previous versions of the patch. I looked at the file size and it was only slightly smaller than the original zip that I downloaded. Continue reading
I was using the Milky Way template and an H2 heading tag. When I looked at the page in IE7, I found that lower case descending characters were cut off. (y’s and g’s). I played around with the CSS with no luck. I did some searching and found that there is a pretty simple fix. Simply remove the width:100% from the H2 tag (Found that here) Continue reading