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TechGasp Drupal Site Revamped

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That’s right folks, a much needed revamp was done today to our favorite open source content management system.

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Joomla 4.0 sneak peek

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Probably, the first semester of 2018 will see the birth of the forth generation of our favourite Content Management System, Joomla 4.0. Packed with great new features like framework 2.0 and must have improvements like stock php 7, read more below.

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TechGasp detects IDOR exploit in Payplans and helps Stackideas

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At TechGasp we use payplans to manage our joomla subscriptions, no secret. A couple of days ago we found a security issue that affects payplans from version 3.2.x to 3.6.2 (huge array of versions in between). If you use payplans make sure to urgently upgrade to version 3.6.3.

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Spam Master 2 million threats and counting

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Spam Master 2 million threats and counting

History is about to made by Spam Master, 2 million protection threats… and you wonder why this is the best spam protection for wordpress?

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Are you ready for Joomla 3.7?

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Joomla 3.7 is almost here with great new features and improved workflow. Are your ready for April launch?

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Stop Safari browser from unzipping files

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A common support question is…

I’m trying to install my wordpress plugin addons zip file but when I download the file I end up with a php file instead of the zip file.
WordPress Support User from Support Tickets

It relates to your Safari browser settings and the fix is easy.

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How to Export Support Data

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Techgasp How to Export Support Data

If you require professional support, the easiest way is to attach the plugin_info.txt file when creating a ticket. Where do you get this file?

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Batch delete custom fields from your WordPress pages and posts

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TechGasp Delete Custom Fields

In new WordPress installations it’s normal to test a bunch of plugins during the initial website setup also, if you run your WordPress website for a few years you probably have installed and tested a ton of plugins that you are not using anymore and have since then deleted or deactivated. That’s all fine, the issue is that most of the plugins do not delete their posts and pages meta_keys.

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