Today, there’s been a significant brute force attack across the internet aimed at websites running WordPress. The attacker is attempting to gain access to the WordPress administrative portals (wp-login) by brute force, using the username “admin” and trying thousands of passwords.
The Login Dongle plugin for WordPress is great for preventing unauthorized access to your login page and is especially useful to safeguard against brute force attacks. However, once installed and configured some find the process of logging back into admin a bit confusing. In this video I clear it up for you. Continue reading »
There may come a time when need to modify Magento’s default email success message “Your inquiry was submitted and will be responded to as soon as possible. Thank you for contacting us.” and error message. The correct way to do this is to extend the contact controller from Magento’s core files so that your changes will not be lost when upgrading Magento to a newer versions. Continue reading »
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When you need to create a module in Magento we recommend using the ModuleCreator Extension. This extensions will create all the necessary folders and files needed whenever you need to create a new module. Continue reading »
Some people have experienced an issue where their contact form displays an, “Unable to submit your request. Please, try again later.” after upgrading Magento to 1.6 version. This particularly occurs when the contact form is setup to send the form submission details to several recipients.
So you’ve uploaded new products to your Magento store and verified that it’s visibility is enabled and it contains an inventory larger than 1 yet when you conduct a search for your newly added items on the front-end you get the following result, “Your search returns no results”. No worries, it’s most likely an indexing issue and we’re going to show you how to fix that. Continue reading »