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just wanted to share something I came across while working on an import module for XML data from a web service. The XML I got was not huge, but still, loading around 3.5 MB of XML with 250+ large child nodes into memory at once with simplexml_load_file() and then looping over it had significant impact on performance.
I searched for a solution and found this great article about how to parse large XML files.
It basically explains how to utilize the native XMLReader class together with SimpleXMLElement to handle such situations in a memory efficient way.
After implementing it I got a significant improval on perceived performance. No comparison in numbers to share here as I'm a bit short on time.
Hello PW Community, really glad that discovered this CMS recently, it is very strange it took so long That idea of no front design limitations is just awesome!
Need to say that I have a bit of knowledge of html and css, but almost no php, so I need your help.
What I want to do is an article posting cms, with this structure:
- Homepage - Projects - Articles -- Category 1 --- Articles of category 1 -- Category 2 --- Articles of category 2 - About - Contact Found this ProcessWire Profile https://github.com/tutsplus/how-to-create-an-ajax-driven-theme-for-processwire
It covers almost all my needs, except the menu. When I add a childpage for this page http://artist.nicegrp.com/publications/world-world/ , World:World doesn't appear under Writings & Publications.
I need a menu that works like a breadcrumb, that shows on the menu the category that you are viewing. So when I'm in articles page, on the menu it shows only articles and it's categories. When I get into a category, that category takes state active link but doesn't show on the menu links and titles for contained articles. How can I do that?
Sorry for my long writing and English, it is not my native but I hope you understood what I need. Can you help me with that?
I guess a lot of you have already heard of the hreflang attribute which tells search engines which URL they should list on their result pages. For some of my projects I build this manually but now I am wondering if there's need to add this as a module to PW modules directory.
How do you deal with the hreflang thingy? Would you you be happy if you can use a module for this or do you have concerns that using a module maybe does not cover your current use cases?
Hi, I have an ongoing issue with Google SEO that I can't seem to fix. Wondering if anyone has come across a similar situation?
We deployed a new version of the website using a new deployment methodology and unfortunately, the wrong robots.txt file was deployed basically telling Googlebot not to scrape the site.
The end result is that if our target keywords are used for a (Google) search, our website is displayed on the search page with "No information is available for this page."
Google provides a link to fix this situation on the search listing, but so far everything I have tried in it hasn't fixed the situation.
I was wondering if anyone has gone through this scenario and what was the steps to remedy it?
Or perhaps it has worked and I have misunderstood how it works?
The steps I have tried in the Google Webmaster Tool :
Gone through all crawl errors Restored the Robots.txt file and Verified with Robots.txt tester Fetch/Fetch and Render as Google as both Desktop/Mobile, using root URL and other URLs, using Indexing Requested / Indexing Requested for URL and Linked Pages. Uploaded a new Sitemap.xml Particularly on the Sitemap page, it says 584 submitted, 94 indexed.
Would the Search Engine return "No Information available" because the page is not indexed? The pages I'm searching for are our 2 most popular keywords and entry points into site. It's also one of 2 most popular category pages. So I'm thinking it probably isn't the case but ...
How can I prove / disprove the category pages are being indexed?
The site in questions is Sprachspielspass.de. The keywords to search are fingerspiele and kindergedichte.