galliCache for Elgg 1.8.X v1.2

Release Notes

  • Fixed page_owner and session user jas errors
  • Added not modified headers
  • More code optimizations
  • This version has none of the issues I had with the previous one (double front page and not able to add widgets in profile). I do have a new issue. My theme has a different header for logged in users. If galliCache is loaded after the theme, both headers are shown (logged out and logged in and that creates a mess).

    There is no (visible) issue if galliCache is loaded before my theme. But I looked at your code and it seems that you need to overwrite the header. Maybe you could you change the extend head view in such a way that it won't touch the view itself. But great job. I Recommend this plugin and will use it.

  • i tested this and saw that the theming i had added to the html element of the page (for the site background) was lost..

  • I had a similar thing, if yoy put this plugin above the one where you add the html element it should be fine

  • i am unsure what effect that would have on the plugin's ability to cache the pages. any comment from the webgalli coders?

  • @Gerard & @Ura : thanks for the test results and feedback. This version (and the previous) version of galliCache was overriding your (elgg's) default page shell. Hence if you are using a different theme, you need to modify it.

    @ura : If you defined the background image via css, then there should not be any issues.

    If any plugin overrides the page shell view, then the caches wont be generated. Could you people try the new release and report back.

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  • Category: Site admin
  • License: GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2
  • Updated: 2014-11-17
  • Downloads: 2435
  • Recommendations: 13

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