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Mixed Content Warnings on Kentico Websites

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This can happen on any website, for the same reasons (there is usually a pesky non-secure image being loaded into your secure page) – but having seen the issue occur for the same reason on a couple of Kentico websites I thought I’d write down the fix. It is quite common when combining Kentico and […]

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Add Page Specific Permissions in Kentico

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There are times when you want to limit a user’s access to a single page, or a specific sub-tree of pages within a Kentico website. This article quickly describes how to set up page specific permissions in Kentico using roles, and page level security. Page-Only Role Head to the “Roles” application. Add a new role […]

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WordPress Custom Query Page Size

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WordPress normally takes care of queries for you. When it doesn’t, your next port of call is normally WP_Query. After that, you head into nuts-and-bolts mode with a completely custom query using get_posts. When you start taking control over queries, you may hit this common problem with page size. Here is an example of custom […]

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WordPress Social Sharing Links Without JavaScript

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If you, like me, find yourself staring at the network traffic spewing out of your website you will have noticed the JavaScript problem. No matter what plugin you use, it seems to require three or four JavaScript files. Want to show a picture of a cat on your website? You’ll need jQuery, React, and Meteor. […]