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  • Configure and setup Cache in Joomla

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:31 am by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can check cache settings in Joomla. 1) Login to Joomla admin panel.2) Go to ‘System’. 3) Click the option ‘Global Configuration’.  4) Go to the tab ‘System’. 5) Select the cache settings from the section ’Cache Settings’. 6) Click the button ‘Save’. That is how we can check cache settings in Joomla. If you need any further help    [...]

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    Cache Management in AbanteCart

    Posted at February 1, 2017 at 5:45 pm by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can check how to manage cache in AbanteCart. 1) Login to AbanteCart admin panel.2) Go to the icon ‘System’. 3) Click on the option ‘Cache’. 4) If you want to clear all cache, click the button ‘Clear All Cache’. 5) If you want to clear any specific type of cache, then select the cache type. 6) Then click the button ‘Clear Selected Cache’ to clear the cache.     [...]

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    Enable HTML Cache in AbanteCart

    Posted at January 28, 2017 at 11:35 am by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can check how to enable HTML cache in AbanteCart. 1) Login to AbanteCart admin panel.2) Click on the tab ‘System’. 3) Go to Settings >> System.  4) Locate the option ‘HTML Cache’. 5) Click the button ‘ON’. 6) Click the button ‘Save’. That is how we can enable HTML Cache in AbanteCart. If you need any further assistance please    [...]

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    Litespeed Cache ( LSCACHE ) Details and Advantages

    Posted at December 23, 2016 at 12:18 pm by Jithin

    Litespeed cacheHave you ever heard about Litespeed cache? As the name indicates, the Litespeed cache is a cache and it is used in the Litespeed Web Server. In this documentation, we are going to see the Litespeed cache in detail. Before looking into the Litespeed cache, we are now going to see the Litespeed web server. The Litespeed Web ServerThe Litespeed web server is an alternate to the traditional Apache Web Server. It appears identical to the Apache, but with unbelievable p   [...]

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    About WinCache ( Windows Cache Extension )

    Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:47 pm by Jithin

    Windows Cache Extension is used to store PHP bytecode. It is the compiled version of a PHP script. In memory making it can be useful when subsequent executions of the same script are needed. This allows us to increase the overall performance of PHP applications. Windows Cache Extension allows the PHP bytecode to be generated only once and to be reused each time the same PHP script is executed. Thereby reducing the load on the server. When PHP scripts are stored on remote UNC file shares it reduc   [...]

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    What is Content Caching?

    Posted at November 11, 2016 at 1:06 pm by Jithin

    There is various type of performance optimizations. In performance optimizations, content caching is very important and inevitable technique of various optimization techniques. What is Content Caching?As the name indicates, in this method, the website content is cached and stored in various servers. When a system accesses the website, the webpages will be provided by a nearby cache server rather than the original server which is remote. It will decrease the loading speed and wil   [...]

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    Types of WordPress Caching

    Posted at October 14, 2016 at 3:58 pm by Jithin

    In this article, we are going to see what is WordPress caching. What is WordPress caching?The WordPress caching is the way of improving performance. If the site is getting too many hits, you can enable WordPress caching by installing W3 Cache or WP Super Cache.When a website is requested repeatedly from different clients, reusing the previously generated data (or requests such as database queries) to speed up new requests is called WordPress caching.Purging the cachePurg   [...]

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    About 404 errors and How to Troubleshoot it?

    Posted at October 14, 2016 at 3:55 pm by Jithin

    What is a 404 error?The 404 is an http status code. There are many other status codes as 401, 403, etc. Every status code has its own meaning. The 404 code means the requested item could not be found. What is an HTTP Status Code?The http status code is a standard response code given by web servers on the Internet. The status code is a 3-digit integer where the first digit defines the class of response and the last two digits usually do not have any classification role. When a pr   [...]

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    Install W3 Total Cache in WordPress

    Posted at July 21, 2016 at 11:12 am by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can learn how to install W3 total cache in WordPress. 1) Login to WordPress admin panel.2) Go to the section ‘Plugins’. 3) Click the button ‘Add New’. 4) Enter the plugin name ‘W3 Total Cache’ in search box and click enter button. 5) Click the button ‘Install Now’. 6) Then you will get the message that says ‘Successfully installed the plugin W3 Total Cache’.&   [...]

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