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on 31st January 2013 / by webmaster
A lot of Drupal users were facing a situation where the "Page cached by Boost" HTML tag was not showing at the bottom of the HTML source of the page. If you are facing the same issue in your Drupal site and would like to know how to bring back the "Page cached by Boost" issue then read on to find out the solution. Try out the steps below which have been suggested by different Drupal users facing the same issue and solved it one way or the other. First perform a check on the site to see that you have Boost enabled correctly. Make sure you have copied the Boost htaccess rules into the Boost cache. Ensure that you have inserted the Boost htaccess rules properly between # RewriteBase / and # Rewrite URLs of the form 'x' to the form 'index.php?q=x. If the above solutions do not materialize, replace %{SERVER_NAME} with %{HTTP_HOST} in the .htaccess file and see if it solves the issue. Test the issue in all browsers as many users facing the same issue found out that the issue was browser specific. Some browsers have the habit of removing comment tags at the bottom of the HTML page. Check the dblog of your site and make sure that there are no PHP errors. Check your settings.php file and make sure that your $baseurl has been correctly set if your Drupal installation has been placed in a subfolder. One Drupal user disabled the "Follow RFC2616 14.9.4" in the admin/settings/performance/boost and met with success as this had ensured that all browsers would get the cached page from Boost. Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/722514 Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal Issues Drupal Boost Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 31st January 2013 / by webmaster
Many Drupal users wanted to know how to add an option in the Rules action to clear cached files immediately. Currently they were only presented with the option to clear the Boost cache on the next CRON run. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal site and would like to know how to add add an option in the Rules action to clear the cache files immediately. Install this Drupal Boost patch patch to add an option in the Rules action of Boost to clear the cache files immediately. Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/896188 Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal Issues Drupal Boost Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 31st January 2013 / by webmaster
A few Drupal users using Drupal Boost were encountering a situation where the manual changes they made to the Boost generated .htaccess file like uncommenting the SetHandler Drupal_Security_ Do_Not_Remove_See_SA_2006_006 directive was getting rewritten during CRON runs. If you are encountering the same situation in your Drupal site when using Boost then read on to find out more. The Drupal user encountering the above situation on his Drupal site suggested the following fix. First uncomment the SetHandler Drupal_Security_Do_Not_Remove_See_SA_2006_006 Next grep for the same line in the Boost module folder Uncomment the options that add the directive in the Boost module file This should solve the issue Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/1885862 Drupal Drupal 6 Boost Drupal Issues Drupal Boost Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 30th January 2013 / by webmaster
A number of Drupal users using the Image field and the Filefield module related to the Drupal CCK module, wanted to know how to add the "Add another item " text to something of their choice. If you are facing the same situation with Drupal CCK in your Drupal site and would like to know how to change the "Add another item text" then read on to find out the solution. Solution You can use hook_form_alter to alter the node form and JS callback to change the #value property of the element of the field you wish to change Use the sample code snippet below to change the Add another item text for mulitgroup and multi value fields
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on 30th January 2013 / by webmaster
Many Drupal users were encountering a situation in their Drupal site where Boost was caching the Drupal error messages on a page. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal site and would like to know how to prevent Boost from caching Drupal error messages then read on to find out the solution. Many Drupal users reported success of this after applying this Boost_no_cache_cookie patch. The basic concept of the patch is to add '||' to the boost_is_cacheable function to the boost.module file (line 447). Drupal 7 users need not worry as this functionality has been added to Boost by default. Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/1242416 Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal Issues Drupal Boost Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 30th January 2013 / by webmaster
A large number of Drupal users where getting a " HTTP request status Fails Your system or network configuration does not allow Drupal to access web pages, resulting in reduced functionality. This could be due to your webserver configuration or PHP settings, and should be resolved in order to download information about available updates, fetch aggregator feeds, sign in via OpenID, or use other network-dependent services " error message in the status reports page of their Drupal site. If you are facing the same error message in the status reports of your Drupal site and would like to know how to fix then continue reading. Likely causes of the error This is a common issue which is familiar to the Drupal community There was a change in the encoding of one of the files when the file was saved after editing One of the files got corrupted during transfer The issue lies with a contributed module Fixes First begin by disabling all contributed modules and enable them one at a time to check if the issue lies with a contributed module If it is indeed caused by a contributed module then replace the file with a version that does not contain the error If it has been confirmed that the error is not due to a contributed module then try installing the http_request_fail_reset module and see if it fixes the issue If that too is unsuccessful try adding the following line to the bottom of your settings.php file$conf['drupal_http_request_fails'] = FALSE; Finally if all the other attempts try adding the domain name to the list of host addresses Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal support and other Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/588186 Drupal Drupal Issues Drupal Errors Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 30th January 2013 / by webmaster
A large number of Drupal users were encountering a situation in which IE8 was not creating Boost cache pages while it was working normally on other browsers. If you are using IE8 and would like to know why IE 8 is not displaying Boost cached versions of the pages of your Drupal site then read on to find out the solution Solution The problem can occur if you have logged into the website using IE8 and the Drupal cookies are still being retained by the browser after logging out. To solve the problem Check if IE8 has Drupal cookies. Clear or delete the Drupal cookies once you find them. Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/1873588 Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal Issues Drupal Boost Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 28th January 2013 / by webmaster
Many Drupal users using Boost wanted to include options in their custom modules to access and clear the Boosts database and file cache. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal site and would like to know how to disable Boosts database and File Cache from another module then read on to know how. Steps If you simply want to clear the Boost file cache you could use the following function in your module.boost_cache_clear_all(); Additionally you could reuse the code from the following function to remove all the entries in the database and the files cached by Boost.boost_clear_cache_submit(); You can also utilize the following Boost function to clear the expired and outdated files.boost_cache_expire_all(); There is also another method to clear the boost cache by setting the boost_enabled variable as follows. If you want to enable Boost again you can use. Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/865252 Drupal Drupal 6 Drupal Issues Drupal Boost Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 28th January 2013 / by webmaster
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. Here is the solution. First check your .htaccess file and ensure it has the following setting present thereHeader set Cache-Control "no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0" This could be caused by Chrome's doctrine of aggressive caching and the page will be cached if there "no-store" option is not specified Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/998740 Drupal Drupal Issues Drupal Boost Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Alik (not verified) access_time 22 Feb 2019 - 08:16 I hadn't made any changes to my site and suddenly it would give me the WSOD and not load for awhile. After like 5 minutes it would eventually load broken pieces of the site. I'm not sure what happened if my web hosts changed anything or not. But putting that code into the .htaccess file seemed to fix it. What exactly does this code do and why would my site all of a sudden stop working after not touching it for two days? Add new comment
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on 28th January 2013 / by webmaster
A Drupal user trying to use Drupal Boost for caching their website encountered a strange situation in their Drupal site where enabling the Boost caching system increased the load of their server. If you are encountering a situation in your Drupal site where enabling the Boost caching system increases your server load. then read on to find the solution. Steps Firstly check the server logs of your host and see which pages are accessed. Also check if they are being cached by Boost. Have a look at How to know if a page is being cached by Boost You will also find Boost cache is generated but not getting displayed to be helpful Hope that helps. The easiest way to solve a Drupal issue is to hand it to the Drupal experts. We can provide a wide range of Drupal services to help you maintain and manage your Drupal websites. Get in touch with us to know more. Reference: http://drupal.org/node/1883812 Drupal Drupal Issues Drupal Boost Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *