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Top Tools for Testing Page Speed

Top Tools for Testing Page Speed

It’s no surprise that one of the most important factors in determining your website’s success is page speed. Studies show that a 1-second delay in load time can lead to 7% fewer conversions, so it’s crucial to ensure your site … Read More

Joomla 3.10.1 Released

Joomla 3.10.10 Released

We would like to inform you that an update has been released in Joomla 3.10.10. Please, upgrade your Joomla installation from the recent Joomla 3.10.10 as soon as possible to patch the security issues. This release fixes any bugs you … Read More

Top 9 Practices for Securing PHP Applications

Top 9 Best Practices for Securing PHP Applications

Application security is an important topic for all software developers, including PHP developers. In this blog post, we’ll explore our nine best practices for securing a PHP application. We’ll even discuss how you can implement some of these changes within … Read More

Magento 2.4.4 Released

Magento 2.4.5 Released

For those of you running Magento 2.x websites, we would like to inform you that Magento 2.2.6 has been released which includes numerous bug fixes, feature improvements and security updates. Please contact us for assistance in applying the patch or upgrade on your store. For more information about the latest Magento release, go to the Magento website and click on this edition. If you need assistance with updating your website, contact us today. … Read More

Magento 1.9.4.5 Released

WebCitz would like to inform you about new updates to the Magento 1 security release. The latest release is Magento Community Edition 1.9.3.9 which implements numerous SUPEE patches. Please contact us for assistance in applying the patch or upgrade on your store. For more information about the latest Community Edition go to the Magento website and click on this edition. If you need assistance with updating your website, contact us today. … Read More

Magento 1.x Browse Image and Upload Files Button Missing

If you are a Google Chrome user and noticed the Browse Files and Upload Files buttons are missing when attempting to upload images to your products then we may have a solution for you! In recent changes to Google Chrome, Flash-based content has to be manually authorized in the Content settings of Google Chrome. Newer Magento versions do not have this issue as the Flash uploader was replaced with an updated system, but if you are still on an older Magento version this might be helpful to you. … Read More