One of the most popular reasons for being able to add multiple (unlimited!) Joomla and WordPress sites in a single dashboard, is the ability to upgrade the core Joomla and WordPress versions with the minimal of fuss – and clicks!Continue reading “How to mass upgrade Joomla and WordPress sites from one dashboard”
We love that people want to share screenshots of our award-winning tool set for Joomla and WordPress sites, but doing so reveals live site names, or customer names, and we, and you, might not like those immortalized in images – so we have created a quick, easy, and fun way to anonymize data as its rendered on the screen in your mySites.guru accountContinue reading “Tip: How to anonymize data before taking a screenshot of your mySites.guru account”
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of team management features in mySites.guru. You can now add (unlimited, of course) additional team members to your account, assigning them their own permissions, sites and settings.
You can use this, to give your digital agency staff members access to your full list of Joomla and WordPress sites in your single dashboard, or you can limit their access to managing a few Joomla sites in one place, or just WordPress sites – it’s up to you!Continue reading “Manage Multiple Joomla And WordPress Sites With Your Whole Team”
So it happened. Your site was finally hacked. Dont panic.
BACKUP! (Dont Restore)!
Do it now. Backup your site. Even if its hacked. Backup right now. Done? ok.
Next, you will read some “Experts” talk about restoring your site from the last clean backup – this should only ever be done as a last ditch attempt!Continue reading “How to fix a hacked site with mySites.guru”
What is fluff??? – Unneeded files that Joomla distributes that you can safely remove from your site.
Lots of people asked us to remove “Fluff files” automatically on upgrading Joomla – well, you can now opt in for this on the Settings Tab of your Manage Site pages in your account at http://mySites.guruContinue reading “How to automatically remove fluff files after Joomla updates”
As our service now supports Joomla and WordPress CMS’s, its no longer appropriate to be called “myjoomla.com” and therefore we have changed the service name to mySites.guru.
For a limited time myJoomla.guru and myWP.guru will be used to market to individual segments of the market specific to one of the platforms, but moving forward mySites.guru will be the new name, and home of our service.