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IchBin is somehat a SMART lad  O0  ^-^
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Bloc Themes (free) / Re: imPluse2 Leverage browser caching
« Last post by bloc on April 17, 2015, 02:45:56 PM »
Well, sort of..but that part is a bit more complex. Images supplied by the theme can be somewhat leveraged by setting the theme headers in the HEAD section(its not usually, which means its using the browser default)..but downloading an attached image is all done in Sources and the theme have no control over it.


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Hi Bloc
Great to hear from you. Thanks for the great themes. :)
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Bloc Themes (free) / imPluse2 Leverage browser caching
« Last post by abraamz on April 17, 2015, 01:51:43 PM »
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Leverage browser caching
Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network.
I understand that many of the images should be taged to expire after some time.
Is this theme related?
Is it something that can be set from the theme at each <img> tag, from SMF with a php function or at server level like with an .htaccess file? 
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The theme isn't mobile-optimised no. So testing for it will always fail.

Great suggestion adding the meta tag, Brad. :)
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Thank you very much  :)
This changed my score from 60/100 to  85 / 100 User Experience
 :2funny:  :uglystupid2:

I will post more questions if needed.  O0
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I haven't kept up on the details of Bloc's themes, but I'm wondering if his impulse theme was even made with mobile in mind? Regardless, I think google is only looking for this tag to be in the <head> of the theme.

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<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
Put that somewhere before the </head> tag in the index.template.php file. See if that helps.
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Hello I am human enough and I found the secret word! (obviously)

Link to my forum: www dot  mwrakia dot gr
SMF version: 2.0.5 and installing to 2.0.9

Default Forum Language: Greek
Theme name and version: imPulse2

Mods installed: A lot...
Related Error messages:
Google's Mobile-Friendly Test says the website is failing to pass. Also from 21 of April this is going to hurt the overall google rating. I am trying to change whatever I can.

So,
Is there an easy way to Configure the Viewport?
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Installation / Re: Can I call an SQL database in my PHP article block?
« Last post by dazebed on April 15, 2015, 05:18:19 PM »
Awwww.... rats! 

I suspected as much actually Bloc. Just kind of hoped to fit all of the little boxes more neatly inside each other. But I will keep things as they are now I guess.

BTW nice to speak to you, I really love TP and SMF.  They have worked great for me for 8 years. And I believe it is still important for us to have them available. We cannot let the net become a place where large businsses own all of our content.

Best regards to you and all the cool people at TP


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Installation / Re: Can I call an SQL database in my PHP article block?
« Last post by bloc on April 15, 2015, 09:38:54 AM »
I don't think any docs will help you with this, even if they are not written, as the way you have your work setup it will not fit within TP confines anyway. Essentially you have to write your own rendering page - perhaps in just an php article - but TP will not be able to just drag them out of a database. It expects articles to be already formatted and put into the tp-articles table.

"external" articles mean linking to a plain HTML or PHP article. SO if your articles were already on that format, it would just be a matter of linking each one into a empty TP article.

But back to the docs: ask away if you need clarification on how things work, thats probabaly faster than waiting for any updated in-depth docs on TP.
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