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  1. Hey all, For a project I’m working on I need a specific section of the website to be visible only for visitors from one country, visitors from all other countries should not be able to view this menu item and page. I think I can bend the Page Render IP-restriction module to set a $page->variable indicating if the visitor is from that country or not. But I’ve got some questions Caching the IP-restriction action Would it be advisable to save this variable in the user’s session so the site doesnt have to go through all ip-ranges to check up on this for every page load? Caching the website pages This is the tricky one (I think). Can I still cache the website pages when not all visitors should be served the same page content? I think I’d need two versions of each cached page, but wouldnt really know if that is possible? Thanks for reading and your insights are very welcome!
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