Hello and welcome! In today’s blog we’re going to talk about the Dolphin 7.1.4 cache system. If you are an Arvixe client who has a VPS or dedicated server you have the ability to install EAccelerator, XCache, APC or Memcache. These are all PHP opcode cachers which compile the PHP code and cache it in memory. This reduces the average load time and speeds up any PHP based website. To use any of these cache engines you must have PHP running as FastCGI, Fcgid, CGI, or DSO. For the purpose of this tutorial I am going to use the file cache system which does not require any of these to be installed. It is available to anyone, including shared hosting clients and clients who chose to run PHP as suPHP. Learn More
So you’ve uploaded a WordPress theme, head on over to the theme editor to make some changes, and get the dreaded If this file were writable you could edit it message? Not to worry, this is a quick fix. You don’t have to fire up your FTP client and reupload a new template file every time you make a change. You can use the theme editor like everyone else, with just a few quick changes to your file permissions, and I’ll show you how.
- What exactly are file permissions, and what do I need to set them to?
- How to change file permissions via an FTP client (in bulk)
- How to change file permissions via cPanel
Let’s read on…
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There are two principle forms of offering a translated ocPortal website. These are:
- Utilising the Google translate block
- Installing a translation of the software and writing multiple language copies of each piece of content
Using the Google Translate block Learn More