You don’t seem to be giving much info on this.
I’m wondering if it’s possible for a novice to get this up and running, or if coding is required?
IE: I know how to add lines of code I’m told in instructions, and making a folder on my server, and CHMODing it writable, but is more required than this?
Hi, I just updated the library, it should be very basic to setup but if you need help just contact me.
err… this is a pathetic description or lack of
I am VERY surprised that envato have passed this
Its a long way past April fools day!
Sorry I thought the live demo was added too where the info about what it does and an example. I will edit the main text too.
Sorry my first product and I will make more after this, thanks for the comments on how to improve.
I obtain an error message (for Memcache) :
Fatal error: Class ‘SuperCache\Cache’ not found in APCCache.php on line 14
Are you running php 5.3.x or php 5.4? because namespace support is needed.
Sorry for responding so late. You may always email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also go to https://bitbucket.org/wardpeet/supercache and put the errors there.
I will make an update in a few days.
This is a really bad class library
Fatal error: Call to undefined method SuperCache\MemcacheCache::get() in /Users/koconder/Documents/WWW/www/tmp/SuperCache/MemcacheCache.php on line 81
Huh, it’s not bad. I’ll have a look again but I’m pretty sure it works cause I use it daily
Hi wardpeet, does it also create a gzip file for the page? Can it be implemented in this wallpaper script ? Demo – http://www.newmoonwallpaper.com/
no it doesn’t. If you use apc it uses opcode caching which loads php files faster
I want to buy but does this still work?
I’ll have a look if it still works, what php environment do you have? And what caching system are you trying to use?
hi would this work for my custom module recently viewed
supported this also browsercaching
what do you mean with browsercaching?
I’m going to update this plugin in the next month
Where i need to insert the code?
Can it cache a huge result returned from a query of mysql database? If the answer is yes, will it be much faster to output the result from the cache compared to connecting to the database again using PHP?
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