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harbi
19 Sep 2006, 09:52
Hello
Iam sorry my english not very good.
My version 3.6.1

How to do it
Open

forumhome

remove
<!-- no cache headers -->
< http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache" />
< http-equiv="Expires" content="-1" />
< http-equiv="Cache-Control" content="no-cache" />
<!-- end no cache headers -->

and see how is fast:D

I dont know if there is problem with this, but it is working very good.

Thank you

HDT
19 Sep 2006, 10:14
Lets try this.Thanks for this hack.

Soup
19 Sep 2006, 10:48
The problem with this is that it tells the user's browser to cache the page, which means if they see a cache page, the forum indicators of new posts, as well as the latest post display, may not function correctly.

TygerTyger
19 Sep 2006, 12:09
You can remove this via the AdminCP as standard.

AdminCP > vBulletin Options > Cookies & HTTP Header settings > Add No-Cache HTTP Headers = No

I've only found Opera to be a problem using cached pages when new ones are available. Others seem to detect it fine by themselves.

StuntFactoryX
19 Sep 2006, 18:24
You can remove this via the AdminCP as standard.

AdminCP > vBulletin Options > Cookies & HTTP Header settings > Add No-Cache HTTP Headers = No

I've only found Opera to be a problem using cached pages when new ones are available. Others seem to detect it fine by themselves.


does it make a big difference? and do you suggest no?

teenhut
20 Sep 2006, 11:20
Is this modification to make the forum run fasteR in page loads?

I am sorry, I couldnt understand " very very fast"

What fast?

harbi
21 Sep 2006, 03:06
yes
your forum run faster in page loads


Thank you all

oberheimhaven
22 Sep 2006, 00:03
The problem with this is that it tells the user's browser to cache the page, which means if they see a cache page, the forum indicators of new posts, as well as the latest post display, may not function correctly.


I would skip this install its cached and no updates will appear good effort tho A-

ScP
24 Sep 2006, 10:06
AFAIK, this can also be done by using the Add No-Cache HTTP Headers option in vBulletins AdminCP.

TygerTyger
24 Sep 2006, 12:06
does it make a big difference? and do you suggest no?

I can only reiterate what I said before. Only Opera does not seem to use non-cached pages automatically when it should do. Because enabling no-cache will force data to be redownloaded for every page load regardless of whether anything has changed, if load or bandwidth is of concern to you then you probably should not enable it.

Regardless it won't make page loads faster. If anything it'll make them slower due to having to redownload fresh data every time. A slight mistranslation I think there. :)

Paul M
24 Sep 2006, 12:40
You can remove this via the AdminCP as standard.

AdminCP > vBulletin Options > Cookies & HTTP Header settings > Add No-Cache HTTP Headers = NoActually in this case you can't - those are hard coded into the FORUMHOME template. Not sure why.

AFAIK, this can also be done by using the Add No-Cache HTTP Headers option in vBulletins AdminCP.I believe that refers to proper http headers in the response, like these ;

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 12:38:13 GMT
Server: Apache/2.0.51 (Fedora)
X-Powered-By: PHP/5.0.4
Expires: 0
Cache-Control: private, post-check=0, pre-check=0, max-age=0
Pragma: no-cache
Content-Encoding: gzip
Content-Length: 11672
Connection: close
Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1

dutchbb
11 Oct 2006, 20:45
It does seem faster... but there's got to be a downside, right?

GoLDeNLaNd
24 Nov 2006, 07:42
kardeş simdi biz bunu yükleyelim mi yüklemeyelim mi ?

Do you support this hack ?

YeşiLMeN
24 Nov 2006, 11:50
kardeş simdi biz bunu yükleyelim mi yüklemeyelim mi ?

Do you support this hack ?


template editlemesi bu hack deilki ve yükle bu cach leri kontrol eden kısım bu olmazsa sayfa daha cbk yüklenir

erhanerhan_5
02 Dec 2006, 16:01
yüklenme saniyesini sıfır yapıyor bu.
ing. salliim :)
thanks for this edit

feldon23
02 Dec 2006, 16:11
Hello, my name is Yaya. I write emulationator PSX very fast!

ran_iu_Conan
25 Nov 2007, 02:39
Thanks for share ;).

vietnamese : hoạt động tốt lắm. cảm ơn nhiều ^_^

bijju
11 Dec 2007, 21:30
let me check it

vithorius
29 Apr 2008, 13:45
let me check it
Well... How about it? :confused: