The Joomla content management system is one of the most popular platforms on the planet, but it lacks some important features necessary for blogging. In this post, we’ll be learning how to achieve better blog functionality in Joomla with the help of some third party extensions.
Before you upgrade your Joomla 1.5 site to either 1.6, 1.7, or 2.5, be sure your hosting provider meets the minimum specifications before installing. Read more
We’ll take a break from the strictly Joomla articles for a second to provide some insight into a problem many people face when running their own sites/servers: running CPanel behind NAT.
We’ve been over at the CPanel forums and have read the many posts about how “CPanel does not support NAT configurations in any way.” This may be true. But what they’re saying is that CPanel, the company, does not support NAT – meaning they do not provide technical support/assistance with your NAT setup. Some posts go as far as saying a NAT’d CPanel server won’t work. Well… it does. Here’s what we did to get it working (CentOS 6, 64-Bit):