Joomla generates incorrect breadcrumb trails for pages that are not associated with menu items. I was working on a website that included a project portfolio for each of my client’s service areas. The breadcrumb trail that Joomla generated was:Continue reading “Repeated Breadcrumbs”
Within the Article Manager Options > Articles tab, I set Show Tags to Show. Then, when clicking on a tag within the article content, I got the following error:
Continue reading “Joomla Tags Fatal Error”
Fatal error: Call to a member function get() on a non-object in [ABSOLUTE SERVER PATH TO ACTIVE TEMPLATE DIRECTORY]/index.php on line 23
To drop multiple MySQL tables, execute the following SQL in phpMyAdmin, modifying the query to replace database_name and prefix_ with your own values:Continue reading “Drop Multiple Tables”
By default, the core Joomla search component will return search results that include categories, archived articles, and potentially other results that you don’t want listed. Search results can be refined by disabling and configuring Search plugins. For example, in the Plugin Manager, you can disable the Search – Categories plugin. Within the Search – Content plugin, you can turn off Archived Articles.
Chapter 1 – Google
My good friend Leroy was performing SEO on a website and discovered a couple dozen pages that produced 500 pages that Google did not like. The URLs for these pages had a common similarity in that
?format=feed&type=rss were appended to them. Some were legitimate URLs that would serve up perfectly well-formed HTML pages if you eliminated the
type parameters at the end of the URL. Others would serve up 404 pages if the parameters were removed. Time to investigate.