How to Clear Your phpFox Website’s Cache

This article focuses on your phpFox website cache, specifically what it is and how to clear it.

phpFox automatically stores a large number of files that contain information that is dumped from your site’s database or even information that has been processed and combined to be called later by the phpFox script. The script stores these files, so that it can save resources and improve your site performance.

However, there are times when you will want to clear your website’s cache. When you are developing your website, installing new addons, creating a new template/theme/style, or when you are need to troubleshoot an issue you are having, you will want to clear your cache regularly. This ensures that you will always be viewing the most recent information while you are making these major changes.

There are two main methods of clearing your site’s cache. The first uses your admincp, and the second uses your FTP or file manager. You should always use the admincp first, and if that does not seem to have worked, then use your FTP or file manager.

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How to Create a Silverlight BusyIndicator That is Similar to the YouTube BusyIndicator

Hi all! How about we make a download busy indicator that is the same as the YouTube busy indicator?

[silverlight:, 350, 250]

Well, what have we here? Polygons, which can be in three states, with varying degrees of transparency.

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mojoPortal 201: How to Sell Events in mojoPortal

mojoPortal provides an extremely effective foundation for a robust website solution. With the addition of plugins, that functionality can be extended even further. The Event Calendar Pro plugin from Joe Audette, the creator of mojoPortal, will give you the ability to add event sales to your mojoPortal-based site.

You’ll find the installation instructions for the Event Calendar Pro on the mojoPortal site; after you’ve completed the installation, just add the Event Calendar Pro as you would any other mojoPortal feature. From there, you’ll want to start with the feature settings:

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