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I've just installed ProCache which is awesome.
I did notice though that my <body> tag was omitted in the minified HTML output. I managed to get the body to render by adding a class to it.
Any else had this issue before?
By Guy Verville
I'm running several speed tests for my personal site using http://webpagetest.org. My site has the ProCache module installed. The lifespan is set to 1 week, but I am not sure it is the same as the expire date seen in the following report : WebpageTest for guyverville.com.
Setting Expire Headers can be done in .htaccess. I don't want to interfere with ProCache, but would like to understand what I can do here.
i have a question, which i should be able to work out with htaccess, i just wanted to ask, if there's an easier way using processwire:
i set up a new site using processwire with multilang etc. since a lot of stuff changed on the website (contents, hierachy, ...) there's now also a different domain structure. the old structure was:
and now it's
is there any way i can do a (temporary) 301 redirect, without having to remodel to the whole structure? the main reason for this is, that there are still tons of flyers and other advertising materials with this domain structure (transitionphase should end in <6months)
the whole thing comes down to about 4-5 pages -- so nothing really drastic. also if there's no way in doing this with processwire, help with a proper RewriteRule for htaccess would be greatly appreciated. current workaround doesnt really do the trick.
thanks so far!
Hi guys, im thinking about purchasing ProCache module, but i dunno if it will be any good on my site http://hejtuje.com.
Content on the site is added by users and its changing all the time. Would my site benefit from proCache or caching is just a bad idea for this type of site ? Please advice.
The new website of my company Omnitic is finally launched! Initially started in Wordpress, it was finally built on Processwire with Gumby Framework as i wanted a real use case to practice my "wiring". I must say that i'm pleased with the final result and how fast it was to get this up and running with Processwire. For a extra speed boost ProCache has also been used to make the overall experience as fast as possible : if you build website with Processwire and don't use this module, you're doing it wrong.
There's still some tweaking to be done though (image optimization, some responsive issues to name a few)
Regards and happy wiring.