Sometimes the best way to handle variable values on a Drupal site would be with an admin settings form. For example if you want to store different sizes of the same image which has to be displayed in a page, using admin settings form may be more useful as you have the option to change the image whenever desired.
Boost is one of the most widely used Drupal modules designed for static page caching. It creates html files for Drupal pages.When an anonymous user visits the page for the first time, boost generates an html page and then serves the html directly to the other anonymous users of the site, till the page cache expires, which increases the performance of the site for anonymous users, as everything is handled at the Apache level. Nevertheless, there will be situations where boost might not cache a page. Read on to know if you have faced a similar problem.
How can we install multiple domains or multi-sites in a single Drupal installation? We can install multiple domains in two ways: Single database with different prefix(not recommended) For each domain, use different databases
Boost is a Drupal module which provides static page caching for anonymous users. Boost caches a page when a user first visits a page and the the succeeding users are given the cached version of the page. The biggest advantage of Boost is that it works well in shared hosting environments and it provides fresh content for logged in users. Read on to know how to configure Boost in a Drupal 7 website.
[SOLVED] [Drupal Boost] Drupal site not working in Chrome and getting a blank white screen when Boost is enabled.
A few Drupal users were encountering a situation in their Drupal site when Boost was enabled where the site was not working in Chrome and the users were getting a blank white screen. If you are getting a blank white screen when viewing your site through Chrome with Boost enabled and would like to know how to fix it then continue reading for the solution.
A lot of Drupal users who had installed Boost have encountered a situation where the Boost cache in their Drupal site is getting generated but not being displayed. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal site with Boost then read on to find out the solution.
Many Drupal users have wanted to know whether Boost was working on their Drupal site even after they had enabled the module. If you are facing the same question in your Drupal site and would like to know how to check whether Boost is working on your Drupal site then read on to find out more.
A Drupal user wanted to know how to make Boost clear the front page when creating a new node. If you are facing the same question in your Drupal site and would like to know how to make Boost clear the front page when a node has been created then read on to know more.
Many Drupal users using Boost to cache their Drupal sites were getting the "Boost: Crawler is already running. Attempt to start crawler failed." error. If you are a Drupal users using Boost in your Drupal site and would like to know how to fix the Crawler already running error message then read on to know the solution.
Many Drupal users wanted to know how to make Boost cache the HTML output of their custom modules. If you are a Drupal user facing the same issue in your Drupal site and would like to know how to make Boost cache the HTML of some of your custom modules then read on to find out the solution.
[SOLVED][Drupal Boost] Site users redirected to the Boost cache url page without the theme when typing the domain
A Drupal user had encountered a situation in their Drupal site using Boost caching in which the site users were redirected to the Boost cache url of the page without the theme when typing the domain in the browser. If you are encountering the same situation in your Drupal site having Boost caching then read on to find out more.
Boost is a module that allows for static caching on a Drupal site for improving performance for anonymous users. You can read more about how to install and configure boost here. Boost comes with a boost crawler that can crawl your site and refresh the boost cache. Here is a simple script that can be used to refresh the boost cache without enabling the boost crawler.
Boost is a module in Drupal that enables file based static page caching in Drupal. When an anonymous user visits a page for the first time in a Boost-enabled Drupal site, the page will get stored as a static html file in a cache folder. When the next anonymous user visits the same page the htaccess rules created by Boost will serve the static file cached in the cache folder instead of bootstrapping drupal for generating the page. This saves a lot of processor usage and would help even entry level hosting servers serve reasonably good volume of traffic. Here is how you can install and configure Boost in a Drupal 6 site.