Offcanvas Section

You can publish whatever you want in the Offcanvas Section. It can be any module or particle.

By default, the available module positions are offcanvas-a and offcanvas-b but you can add as many module positions as you want from the Layout Manager.

You can also add the hidden-phone module class suffix to your modules so they do not appear in the Offcanvas Section when the site is loaded on a mobile device.

WORDPRESS GURU TIPS - Very much people have big problem upgrade you Wordpress and Joomla websites to new php 7 write EXE News.

RONALD: I Have problem PHP7 Breaks in my Joomla 3.5 version

In my .htaccess file, I have the line:
AddType application/x-httpd-php56 .php

If I change it to PHP 7.0 with the following line, it breaks the site:

AddType application/x-httpd-php70 .php

When I go back to php56, the website comes up like normal.

Here my Website:

ASK GURU: Do you have a line looking like this?

Action application/x-httpd-php56 /cgi-sys/php56-fcgi-starter.fcgi

If so you have to update this as well:
Action application/x-httpd-php70 /cgi-sys/php70-fcgi-starter.fcgi

Otherwise application/x-httpd-php70 is not associated I believe
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Does your host actually support PHP 7? Also, do all your extensions work with it? Joomla core is just fine on PHP 7, so as long as your environment works with it there should be no issues.
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RONALD: Yes, I the hosting service (Hostgator) has enabled php7.0. I did not find the line:

Action application/x-httpd-php56 /cgi-sys/php56-fcgi-starter.fcgi
ASK GURU: OK You core joomla works fine
The point is if your third party extension and your template works fine with php 7 . If not just return to php 5.6
But maybe this works for yours server s configuration, but not for anybody, if he has different server configuration.
RONALD: Core Joomla works fine with templates and extensions
I was wanting to take advantage of speed with Joomla 3.5 and PHP 7.0 that's all.
JOOMLA MASTER: I understood why you want PHP 7.0
But the point is the third party and not the core joomla and my opinion is that is a little early for PHP 7 and everything to be perfect. Like this picture:
ANTHONY: Hi, I'm just experimenting with new PHP 7.0

I host on Rochen (who've been great!) and when I switch to PHP 7.0 in their cpanel, I get a 500 error on the backend.

When I switch to PHP 7.0 cpanel asks me which PHP extensions I might want to turn on, so does this list exist anywhere please?
JOOMLA MASTER: You can check them if they are enabled or not if you will create a phpinfo file Every php version loads different php extensions in their default.
ANTHONY: Thanks, but I don't think you fully answered my question
Is there a list for Joomla 3.5.0 as to which extensions need to be ticked?
ASK GURU: There isn't an explicit list.
My suggestion would be to compare against a working PHP 5.x install and use a similar list.Note a few extensions are either removed from PHP 7 or not compatible with it yet but this for the most part doesn't affect Joomla core operations.
The main ones that'll give you grief are the older MySQL extension (Joomla's `mysql` database driver), if you're using that you should switch to MySQLi (Joomla will automatically switch on PHP 7 if you are using the old driver but update your configuration if you are and save a couple CPU cycles);
APC (you'll need the `apcu` and `apcu_bc` extensions); and Memcache(d) (neither of those extensions are PHP 7 compatible yet). APC and Memcache(d) affect the caching layer only.
Every user needs some php extensions for some reasons. If some php extensions you don nt need them you can disable them from php.ini . You can check with phpinfo what php extensions do you used with php 5.6 and compare what you want now. Also you can ask your host about 500 error as it is a server error. Also you must check if you have any additional code in your .htaccess that gives 500 error.
ANTHONY: I aggree with @mbabker
If you used in php 5.x cache accelerator like APC/apcu , memcache(d) and you was put them in joomla config then when you go in php 7 can give 500 error.
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ASK GURU: After going through all this and getting the 500 error on an older site with 3.5 update and switching to php7

I looked hard at the php7 list in cpanel and found mysqli was not checked. I had already turned off caching and gzip in j3.5 before moving to php7.

Now it works as it should and very fast comparatively. I have many websites to go through so will be testing more as I go and if I find more I will report back here.