3 years 1 week ago - 3 years 1 week ago#3528by admin
I do think the cache component should be called last (although I have not experimented on having both components working together) mainly because it can consolidate and cache your pages. jQuery Easy needs to have the full picture (all scripts visible and not consolidated into one...) in order to work properly. So jQuery Easy needs to do the work first then jotcache.
Let me know how it works out for you.
I moved the jotcache to the last plugin position, but it created a problem on the site. We have a photo gallery for our rental properties and the gallery wouldn't load properly (
). Do you think that there is a work around because the speed improvements when jotcache is working are significant. For the time being I have disabled the jotcache plugin. I will contact the jotcache developer to see if it can still work if it is in the second last plugin position.
I can see on the page you provided that the onAfterRender() call of the jQuery Easy plugin is ignored, therefore the plugin is just half way through its modifications. It is a matter of making sure jQuery Easy can do this call and not be bypassed by jotcache. Let me know what the developer thinks of it. In the meantime, I will download that plugin and see how it works.
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