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FarCry CMS is a popular content management solution built with FarCry Core (a web application framework based on the ColdFusion language). As this software is quite popular these days, we want to illustrate to those interested how to operate SEO-friendly … Continue reading
Hi all! In this article we will tell you how to enable mod_gzip and make it work the way you want. The basics of the module are recounted in Introduction to mod_gzip. We’ll only remind that mod_gzip is used to … Continue reading
In the previous articles we told you what cache is and how it works in Helicon Ape. Now it’s time to use obtained knowledge in practice. Today we gonna apply caching for PHP application called qdig that helps organize images … Continue reading
Helicon Ape release (coming very-very soon) will contain mod_cache module. And as we promised in our previous article we are now giving you more thorough description of mod_cache operation.
WordPress is a highly popular and rapidly growing open source CMS providing powerful blog-designing facilities. Accounting for its popularity we decided to write an article in which we’ll show how to optimize, speed up, prettify WordPress operation using Helicon Ape. So, … Continue reading
Lack of understanding of basic URL-rewriting concepts often leads to the problems with rules-writing. So we decided to give a brief and simple explanation of some general concepts. URL-rewriting allows to substitute real (often ugly) URLs with pretty ones and … Continue reading
Hope you’ve already installed Helicon Ape and are ready to have a look at it. So, let’s start!