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On the backend, it would mainly get in the way. The Caching has an upfront cost: Writing the cache-file (and some overhead of running). The benefit only starts kicking in, upon serving the identical (unchanged) page several times. The backend is way too dynamic for that (with permissions and all), and there is too little traffic by too few people for it to be worth it.
Images are served as static files, and the list (i.e. html) itself is quick to load. So your browser should be already caching the images locally. Anyway, there’s nothing a modification/plugin could do about that.
I get this error with version 0.9.8:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: doslash() in /users/home/juanjonavarro/domains/versioncero.com/public_html/jpcache/jpcache-main.php on line 143
Version 0.9.5 works well for me.
has anyone experienced a slowdown since installing this plugin? I think my webhost is suffering from low processing power, so the addition of this plugin slow down the page even more, from 5.5 sec —> 7 sec.
Maybe I’m not using it right?
I turned it off cause it was causing pages to load slower than with the plugin on. But I upgraded to the latest 4.0.1 and retried to reenable the plugin, and suddenly it started to work much better. Thanks.
And yes, it’s www.ricepaperonline.com
Last edited by tomatoe (2005-10-28 03:18:11)
I installed this plug-in for first time today. It’s very nice.
But.. ops! I’m having some issues with Firefox 1.5.
Each time I save an article/page/form and then go to the site and try to do a simple refresh (or simple click in a home/section/article link) of the content, I get a blank page.
Only after pressing CTRL + F5, I get the page content again.
It’s weird. It only happens in Firefox (i’m using 1.5) but doesnt happen in IE nor Opera.
If I disable the plug-in (simple turning it off in the plug-in list), then everything works fine: I save an article/page/form, then go to the front-side of the site and do a simple refresh, and my contents is refreshed, without the problem of the blank page.
But if I enable it again, do a change, save the article/page/form, and do a simple refresh (or click in a home/section/article link) I get again that blank page.
I have tested this a few times, just to be sure that I can reproduce this at least in my computer.
I also do the following test: I saved a form/page/article in FF 1.5, then I open Flock (a FF-based browser) and tried to navigate the site, and I also get a blank page in Flock.
I’m not a genius doing conclusions, but I think there is something between this excelleng plug-in and the Gecko browser.
Sencer, if you need any information, please, just let me know.
Last edited by maniqui (2005-11-15 12:27:28)
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