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What modules ought to have caching turned on?
  Requested by Jensclas and Answered by Carnuke on 2004/12/8 14:53:37     9085  reads 
If the content in your module is fixed or static, you can set cache for long periods. When modules have frequently updated content, then cache should be very small or none at all. The settings in between are experimental, but remember, more cacheing is likely to speed up your site's performance, but should not restrict content changes.

There is an excellent article on this topic at wolf factory. you can link to it here

This is of great help - it certainly will help stop us putting cahing on were it shouldn't be!

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 How to manage the Xoops cache system...

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How to manage the XOOPS cache system...


 How do I set the cache on my own modules?

I'm trying to control the caching on my custom modules, they aren't showing up in the "Module-wide Cache" panel in System Preferences.



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