GoDaddy Down

By |2019-06-09T20:05:14+01:00September 11th, 2012|Security, Technology, Web Development|

Godaddy.comWell, there are lots of news about GoDaddy.com being down, now more than 4 hours, but the question is: How Godaddy.com will compensate the losses?!
People hosting their websites on Godaddy.com servers, and its resellers, lost lots of money in this outage.
“Over 50 local Myrtle Beach hotels that use GoDaddy services through Fuel Interactive could be impacted by as much as $30,000 an hour, collectively, for each hour the sites are down.” says Wmbfnews. (1)

 

On the other hand, Disa Johnson says that Godaddy didn’t resolve the issue by themselves. It was the hacker who “had a heart” and let go!!!! (2)
How can making troubles for others be called “having a heart”??
Just search about this outage on Google […]

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Optimize JA T3 Framework on your Joomla website

By |2012-08-15T23:23:00+01:00August 15th, 2012|Web Development|

After a long long time, I’m back again :D
I’m give you a little trick to speed up your Joomla website and optimize its loading time.
If you are using the JoomlArt.com’s JA T3 Framework, which is really great, you might experience slow joomla website and long wainting times until something shows up!
Pages being slow are a pain for the visitors and might make them go away from your website.
I found out that if you enable the CSS and JS optimise options from your template’s settings page, the requests made to the optimised CSS and JS files are redirected multiple times which causes serious performance issues and slows down your pages! Strange huh??
 
That is because of a bug in the JAT3 base system […]

MacBook Pro Freeze after RAM upgrade

By |2011-08-21T14:06:20+01:00August 21st, 2011|Mac, Technology|

My MacBook Pro came with 4GB of RAM, and 320GB of disk drive. The ThunderBolt technology is also available on my MacBook Pro. I decided recently to upgrade the RAM so it can run smoother with heavy softwares.

Why upgrade MacBook’s RAM?

The main reason to upgrade is that  4GB RAM is not enough on a MacBook Pro if you run a virtual machine with Windows and want to do an RAM intensive work with your Mac. With a total of 8GB RAM, the MacBook Pro runs very smooth, even when running a virtual machine with 1.5GB RAM allocated to Windows 7.

I upgraded my MacBook Pro (early 2011) RAM from 4GB with 2 new CORSAIR 4GB modules, so a total of 8GB  of RAM. I recommend you upgrade […]

[SOLVED] Could not instantiate mail function in PHPMailer

By |2011-05-20T01:50:50+01:00May 20th, 2011|Ramblings|

(This article has an advanced technical level, written for people with PhpMailer experience.)

PHPMailer 5.1 in PrestaShop 1.4

Trying to integrate PHPMailer in Prestashop and use it instead of SWIFT Mailer 3 (which is the default mailer script included with Prestashop 1.4), I spent hours to no avail and was getting the Could not instantiate mail function error.

mail() function

The mail() function by itself  was working correctly before and after loading Prestashop and every passed argument seemed to be correct. I did get the “Bad parameters to mail() function, mail not sent” error for mail() too.

Debugging and Abracadabra!

I’ve done lots of debugging and found in my case that the following functions were causing the error, when passing the $Subject parameter to mail():

SecureHeader();
EncodeHeader();

To solve the “Could not instantiate mail function” error in PHPMailer, […]

Bug Prestashop, la liste des magasins n'apparait pas

By |2011-05-16T13:57:50+01:00May 16th, 2011|Ramblings|

Cette article est sponsorisé par odience.net¦works

En plein developpement

En plein développement de plusieurs modules PrestaShop, j’ai rencontrer plusieurs souci dans les code du package PrestaShop. Ce qui m’étonne, c’est qu’il y a beaucoup de gens qui utilise PrestaShop, même si c’est du gros n’importe quoi en terme de codage et programmation.

 

Alors pourquoi je créer des module?

Tout simplement parcequ’il y a de la demande.

(Restez connecté pour avoir des nouvelles de mes modules: