Monthly Archive:: April 2014
That’s right. A third ExpressionEngine post in a row! This one is about pretty URL’s / clean URL’s / custom URL’s and is most often encountered when moving an ExpressionEngine website to a new server — and that’s what my story is about. If you moved your ExpressionEngine website to a new server and tried
If you encounter this issue, then you must be burning the midnight oil! When you have a lot of entries, you may notice that some of them are no longer showing up or some are disappearing at random. This is because there is a default LIMIT of 100 entries. Once you reach 101, the issue
I’ve been debating about whether or not I should bother to write up an entry about this particular situation. Why? Because it has an obvious solution! Read on to see why… The situation: After moving a website from a staging server to its production counterpart, an issue was encountered. When logging into ExpressionEngine, nothing happened.
Anyone who works closely with the IT world is likely well aware that recently, a vulnerability in the popular cryptographic software library — OpenSSL — has become very publicized and pathed the way for attackers to collect sensitive / private information. This particular vulnerability is getting so much attention not just because it has existed