[typo] Sidebars and caching
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Wed Aug 24 00:31:31 EDT 2005
William A. Carrel wrote:
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> On Aug 23, 2005, at 11:13 AM, Scott Laird wrote:
>> On Aug 23, 2005, at 11:08 AM, Kevin Ballard wrote:
>>> Do you really want to introduce a visual delay before the sidebar
>>> shows up each time you load a new page?
>>> Perhaps the better solution would be to switch from static page
>>> caching to action caching.
>> I'd really like to do some performance testing with action caching.
>> I'm using it for one thing with my filter code right now, and it looks
>> nice and simple.
> In the meantime, I've submitted #345. The sidebar content is written
> into each page but it has a call to Ajax.Update to run out and try to
> fetch newer sidebar content from the server.
> If the person running the blog wants to update the sidebar content every
> 15 minutes all they have to do is have a cronjob delete
> .../public/sidebars/sidebar/display_plugins.html every 15 minutes so it
> will be regenerated at the next request. Alternatively if they set
> permissions so that file could not be generated, users will always get
> the most recent sidebar content.
just a quick question.
if there is some dynamic content on your sidebar, why not make that into
a dynamic sidebar component, or just add it via the current static
ie put something like
or just use a Iframe in there...
no need to regenerate the entire page I would think.
> There is a slight delay to when the updated content appears over the old
> stuff, but it's while images are still loading on my browser and not too
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