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I second SH404SEF. More than 100 sites with that, some huge (+20k items), with K2 and other extensions (evem custom ones), and all the issues that we had were easily dealt with.


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We use K2 and XMap on all our sites, and we don't have failed sitemaps. Be sure to enable K2 plugin for XMap. Be sure to get the correct URL of the sitemap to submit (if you use some SEF component, it may change your sitemap URL, and that may cause a problem). Copy and paste the URL from the sitemap window, and use it directly on GWT. If your site is huge ...


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Don't run both on the same folder. Install WP on a separate folder, copy as fast as you can, adjust all URLs (to keep SEO), and then flip the switch (replace one site with the other). I have been doing migrations for more than 6 years now, and rushing a migration will surely make you lose page rank, SEO, etc. Make sure everything is working, make 301 ...


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Use SMTP sending on global configuration in Joomla, and insert your e-mail account access data here (to be extra careful with security, place configuration.php outside public_html. You will find several documents on how to do that on the internet). Use a VALID account, registered at your host, on your domain Preferrably, don't set a different "reply to" ...


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You should look for a line where the domain is listed in the .htaccess and check if it is correct (I guess it is). Now look for a line with: RewriteBase / and change the / to /name-of-the-folder-under-public-html/ Check with FTP to find out the name of the folder, or better yet, set a specific name yourself when creating the add-on domain. In the ...


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There is a solution, albeit a paid one. Use RS Firewall, set up "master password" (the password to protect RS Firewall settings), and mark your user as "prevent changes to this user". Of course, if the freelancer have direct access to the database, there is absolutely nothing you can do to protect the site itself. Be sure to make VERY clear to your ...


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Use Akeeba's Admin Tools (www.akeebabackup.com). It's free (there is also a paid version, with more resources). Be sure to use the .htaccess generator from Admin Tools, as it will further protect your website. Install, go to components => admin tools, then go to "Web Application Firewall, and to "configure WAF". There you should set the "Administrator ...


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You need to: Create the sending e-mail account on your server/host Set up DomainKeys and SPF on your hosting account Configure the account as SMTP, with the CORRECT e-mail adress on Joomla Global Configuration (if you need to get replies to another account, use the "reply to" field, but that isn't very good, as sometimes it counts points towards spam ...


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The HTML tag <link> is not allowed in the <body>. Edit the index.php of the template to include the <link> and remove it from the code to be included in the article.


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Enable DEBUG and look at the database query. Or try different engine MyISAM or InnoDB.


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did it my self using Location <Location /contact/login-here> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride None Order deny,allow deny from all Allow from subnet-ip </Location> this will mean URL http://mywebserver.com/contact/login-here is viewable only locally.


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The preferred option is to set a 301 redirect from the duplicate pages to their main page. This will avoid any duplicate content issues in Google. If a 301 redirect cannot be set, then canonical tags are also a valid second option.


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Maybe try optimising the tables using phpMyAdmin or Akeeba Admin Tools.



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