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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I found this problem while investigating a marketing automation issue in Kentico. The problem reported was that the standard abandoned basket feature wasn’t sending the configured email. I must admit, my first checks were to ensure the SMTP configuration was correct – and that the scheduled task within Kentico was running. The actual fix was […]
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 […]
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 […]