Last Updated on Saturday, 19 January 2013 12:00 Written by Mscott Saturday, 19 January 2013 12:00
Hello and welcome! In today’s blog, I am going to explain the Dolphin 7.1 cache options and how to use them. 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
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 September 2012 07:30 Written by Stephanie Brown Tuesday, 25 September 2012 12:00
This article will focus on changing your phpFox website favicon from the default image to your own custom graphic.
The favicon is the 16px by 16px graphic that you see in the address bar or in the tabbed windows of the browser when you visit any page of your website.
The best graphics to use for your favicon are simple ones with one or two colors that match your site. Due to the fact that this graphic is so small, the simpler the design of your favicon, the easier it will be for your members and visitors to recognize it.Learn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 8 August 2012 11:10 Written by Stephanie Brown Wednesday, 8 August 2012 12:00
Read Part 1 here!
This article will focus on editing your site’s Server Settings. This category includes Ajax Browsing settings, logging and caching settings, as well as some security settings.
First you want to log into your phpFox Admincp. Once there, select Settings, then Manage Settings from the menu.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 May 2012 02:04 Written by Stephanie Brown Sunday, 10 June 2012 12:00
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.
Clearing Cache with the phpFox admincpLearn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 1 March 2012 09:09 Written by Carole Bennett Tuesday, 6 March 2012 12:00
When editing a layout or changing content in mojoPortal, one of the most frustrating occurrences is actually a built-in feature of mojoPortal, the UI caching. While this is great for performance on high-traffic sites, it’s a flat-out pain when it comes to editing or updating your mojoPortal skin. Here’s how to make your mojoPortal UI editing less stressful.
In the Administration section of your mojoPortal installation, click on “Advanced Tools”, then “Design Tools”, and lastly, “Cache Tool”. Under “Cache Tool”, you’ll find two options.Learn More