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Eyvonne Myers

Eyvonne Myers

Eyvonne began her journey with CloudAccess.net in 2011 as a support Engineer and Sales Representative. After many years growing with the company she has settled into her current role as the Financial Director. Eyvonne has attended Northwestern Michigan College pursuing a major in Musical Performance and minor in Web Development. In her spare time, she enjoys playing saxophone with the NMC orchestra, painting, and spending time in nature. Eyvonne is currently a volunteer on the JED (Joomla Extensions Directory) team as well as attends many Joomla and WordPress events such as Joomla days, Joomla World Conferences, JandBeyonds and WordCamps. She plans to attend many more events to come and continue to contribute to the Joomla community.

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toydrive

Our toy drive has come to an end and we are so thankful for everyone who participated. We’d also like to extend a huge thank you to the Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) organization of Northern Michigan for helping to spread the word and distribute the toys to families in need this Holiday Season!

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This year CloudAccess.net is helping to collect toys and gifts for children in need this Holiday season. You’re invited to help this noble cause by donating any unwrapped toys or gifts appropriate for girls and boys from ages 6 - 16. All received toys and gifts will be donated to the Big Brother Big Sister Organization.

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Suggested Items:

In case you need some ideas here’s a list of suggested items:

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Introducing DB Find and Replace

As a website builder or administrator, there are a few types of headaches or so called “web-aches” that you may be keenly aware of. At CloudAccess.net, we are in the business of alleviating these so called web-aches... our goal is to make building and running a website easier, and that all starts with understanding the needs of our customers.

db find and replace

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Any aspiring web developer is familiar with the overwhelming number of template choices available in the community. Whether it be for an ecommerce, school, or nonprofit site, it’s critical to find the proper look and feel to give your visitors the best possible first impression. This blog offers some things to consider while you begin your template hunt.

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Locate the right developer

Finding the perfect template is definitely going to involve some research. You'll want to make sure the template developer is reputable and has good reviews and ratings. You can start by browsing our list of recommended 3rd party template developers like Yootheme, RocketTheme, Gavickpro and more. We’ve already done some screening for you and we can vouch for the companies on our list. Another factor to consider while looking through template developers is to make sure there is some way to contact them. Check to see whether or not they have a call center or sort of support ticket system. This is very important just in case you ever find a bug or if you have a template-related issue. If you have a problem with the template you won’t want to be left in the dark and be forced to go through the search process again to find a new template.

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We often see tickets about slow-loading sites or sites at a complete standstill. Most clients' first reaction is to blame the server, but this typically isn't the server's fault. Time and time again the very first thing we check is whether or not the client has Memcache enabled within the Global Configuration area of their Joomla site.

What is Memcache?

Memcache (memory caching) works within core Joomla and is a server-side caching technology. CloudAccess.net offers memory caching as part of our servcies, but the problem with Joomla and memory cache is that, once you start adding plugins, components and other extensions to your site, things become more complex. If Memcache is turned on and 3rd party extensions are installed, there may be compatibility issues that cause a looping effect, ultimately slowing down your site.

This looping effect slows down your site’s load time or could cause the site to become completely unresponsive. If you want your site to use memory caching you have to program it into your PHP code. The core Joomla CMS has a decent implementation of Memcache and we hope to see continued improvements overtime. If your site is only core Joomla, go ahead and try out Memcache and run a speed test. If you use 3rd party extensions, templates, modules, and other things that render when the Joomla site is called upon by a browser, your site may be slow to load.

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