Hey there Joomla fans! I'm Tim Davis. I'm a Joomla fan too!
Welcome to the Basic Joomla Site, using the default Protostar template that comes with Joomla.
From time to time you may find this site a bit out of sorts because it's one of the Joomla installations we use for making tutorials for the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel. We often break things on purpose so we can demonstrate how to fix them. And yes, sometimes we break things by accident, but that makes for good tutorials too.
By default, Two Factor Authentication is not activated in Joomla, but doing so is not hard at all. If you want to offer your Joomla users a higher level of security, or you want a higher level of security for your own Joomla account info, enable 2FA for Joomla. This video tutorial will show you how to enable, set up and use YubiKey.
The Log folder is a great place to look for information when troubleshooting things on your #Joomla site. Where your log folder is located and where it should be located can often be two different things. Where your Joomla log folder should be, and how to move it there if it isn't, is what today's #maintenancemonday is all about.
The relevant transcript for this video is below.
It's one thing for a #Joomla extension to have an honest, vulnerability by mistake in it. But when crypto mining scripts are intentionally being put in a Joomla Extension: Mama ain't got no time for that! Whether the vulnerability or hack is there by mistake or on purpose, you need to use the Joomla VEL - Vulnerable Extensions List - to help keep your own and your clients' websites safe.
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If your Joomla Control panel is getting cluttered, simply unpublish any unneeded or unwanted admin modules that are published in your Active administrator template. How to do that is what this Maintenance Monday live stream is all about.
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