This Maintenance Monday Livestream takes a look at how to protect your #Joomla site from attack bots looking for WordPress vulnerabilities.
Even though you are using #Joomla, attack bots looking for WordPress vulnerabilities are still trying to hack your web hosting account. These can be simply removed from the equation by redirecting them to a dummy page.
Phoca Download is an excellent Joomla extension. It is used for managing file downloads you want your users to have access to. This tutorial shows how to upload files to it from within Joomla's back end administrator area.
If you want a backup of your Joomla site's database, or if you need to transfer your Joomla database to a different sql server, phpMyAdmin is a great tool for doing so. This tutorial shows how to use phpMyAdmin to download and upload (if need be) your Joomla Database.
Modifying the Joomla template on your site is a breeze if you are using a template from RocketTheme.com (they have a few free ones for use as well.) This tutorial will show you how to easily change the CSS tags on your Rockettheme Joomla Template. Tools used in the tutorial are:
A security vulnerability has be found in all versions of the Joomla extension eXtplorer 2.1.4 and under. Version 2.1.5 has been released and this video will show you how to update your Joomla site with the latest version of the extension.
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