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What is the FTP layer for? PDF Imprimer Envoyer
  
Mercredi, 06 Août 2008 22:27

The FTP Layer allows file operations (such as installing Extensions or updating the main configuration file) without having to make all the folders and files writable. This has been an issue on Linux and other Unix based platforms in respect of file permissions. This makes the site admin's life a lot easier and increases security of the site.

You can check the write status of relevent folders by going to ''Help->System Info" and then in the sub-menu to "Directory Permissions". With the FTP Layer enabled even if all directories are red, Joomla! will operate smoothly.

NOTE: the FTP layer is not required on a Windows host/server.

Mis à jour ( Mercredi, 06 Août 2008 22:27 )
 
Only one edit window! How do I create "Read more..."? PDF Imprimer Envoyer
  
Mercredi, 06 Août 2008 20:29

This is now implemented by inserting a Read more... tag (the button is located below the editor area) a dotted line appears in the edited text showing the split location for the Read more.... A new Plugin takes care of the rest.

It is worth mentioning that this does not have a negative effect on migrated data from older sites. The new implementation is fully backward compatible.

Mis à jour ( Mercredi, 06 Août 2008 20:29 )
 
Can Joomla! 1.5 operate with PHP Safe Mode On? PDF Imprimer Envoyer
  
Mercredi, 06 Août 2008 20:28

Yes it can! This is a significant security improvement.

The safe mode limits PHP to be able to perfom actions only on files/folders who's owner is the same as PHP is currently using (this is usually 'apache'). As files normally are created either by the Joomla! application or by FTP access, the combination of PHP file actions and the FTP Layer allows Joomla! to operate in PHP Safe Mode.

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What happened to the locale setting? PDF Imprimer Envoyer
  
Mercredi, 06 Août 2008 17:47
This is now defined in the Language [lang].xml file in the Language metadata settings. If you are having locale problems such as dates do not appear in your language for example, you might want to check/edit the entries in the locale tag. Note that multiple locale strings can be set and the host will usually accept the first one recognised.
Mis à jour ( Mercredi, 06 Août 2008 17:47 )
 
Why does Joomla! 1.5 use UTF-8 encoding? PDF Imprimer Envoyer
  
Mardi, 05 Août 2008 02:11

Well... how about never needing to mess with encoding settings again?

Ever needed to display several languages on one page or site and something always came up in Giberish?

With utf-8 (a variant of Unicode) glyphs (character forms) of basically all languages can be displayed with one single encoding setting.

Mis à jour ( Mardi, 05 Août 2008 02:11 )
 
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