Are you continually telling people to optimise their image filenames before uploading them to a website?
Do staff members keep assuring you that they will optimise their filenames in the future whilst having no intention of doing so?
Have they said “I’ll go back and do it later” rather than taking 2 seconds to do the job properly in the first place?
Then it’s time to start blocking their uploads so you don’t have to check up on them like a child 🙂 Continue reading “Block WordPress Image Uploads by Filename Match”
The latest ISPConfig hosting panel includes support for Let’s Encrypt free SSL certificates. This makes it easy to secure all domains added to the panel, but it doesn’t have an option to generate a cert for the actual control panel login.
Rather than manually installing and configuring a new cert through the command line, there is an easier option. Continue reading “Securing ISPConfig Admin Panel the Easy Way”
How to create a double opt-in campaign with Mautic that instantly sends the confirmation email rather than waiting for a campaign to trigger.
reading "Better Mautic Opt-In Campaigns"
If you have a website using WooCommerce and have registered it with the new version of Google Search Console, it’s likely that you will get an email notification about ‘index coverage’ issues for the /my-account/ page (Or your custom url for the same page).
Continue reading “Removing WooCommerce noindex Tags on Account Login Page”
In a previous post, I looked at sending WordPress user information to Mautic using the new plugin options. Around the same time that the user information option was added, a filter was also introduced which allows you to send custom parameters.
In this post, I’m going to show an example of sending a custom attribute to update the preferred locale contact field with information from WPML
Continue reading “How to Send Custom Attributes with the Official Mautic WordPress Plugin”
A new option was recently added to the official Mautic WordPress plugin (Version 2.1.0), but it won’t do anything out of the box.
Here’s how to set it up to track extra information from your logged-in users.
Continue reading “Tracking Known WordPress Users in Mautic with the Official Mautic Plugin”
If you need to quickly set up a blank server or don’t have much experience with systems administration then you can’t really go wrong with serverpilot. The free plan covers everything you really need to set the server up and keep it updated but it has one large drawback in that you need to upgrade to a paid plan to install and manage free SSL certificates. Continue reading “Using LetsEncrypt With Serverpilot”
If you have used Serverpilot to set up your server intending to host Mautic then here is how to add the cron jobs to keep everything running. Continue reading “Serverpilot Cron Jobs For Mautic”
On first glance, the blank Mautic theme looks like the perfect starting point for a simple HTML email, you just drag and drop the elements that you need into the layouts, add your images and text, select some colours and it’s done.
Unfortunately, after testing the resulting emails in different email clients and web apps the results weren’t totally as expected and Outlook (Of course) was all over the place.
Having seen issues with other default themes in certain places I didn’t want to start with a copy of another theme that I might need to end up fixing so I went on the look for a better way to do things.
Enter Foundation for Emails. Continue reading “Creating a Mautic Email Theme Using Foundation for Emails”
This is a follow-up to the original post about adding Mautic tags to users based on what they view on your site.
In this post, I’m going to add (or remove) tags after check out, based on the products that the user bought. Continue reading “Adding Woocomerce Bought Product Tags to Mautic Users”