The aim of this module is to greatly reduce the load to the site's database by using "virtualized" fields instead of "real" FAPI fields.
A suite of Drush-based procedures for various 'Healthcheck' checks that can be run on a site.
If you render your content on multiple domains whilst editing your content via a sub domain then when it comes to a cache clear / purge it will get tricky sending all the purge urls to your proxy and CDN services.
The basic Content Expiration module only generates and sends urls based on the path where the content is being edited.
This module allows you to specific a list of domains which should all be purged at the same time.
Example use case
This module provides a cache class exposing hooks allowing other code to intercept calls to the caching layer. by implementing those hooks it is possible to alter expiry before an object is saved to the database or to prevent a cache flush under some condition.
In order to expose the cache object hooks only for the
cache_form bin, put the following lines into your
# Include the Cache Object API Wrapper as a cache backend
$conf['cache_backends'] = 'sites/all/modules/cacheobject/cacheobject.inc';
# Set the cache class for the form cache to
$conf['cache_class_cache_form'] = 'CacheObjectAPIWrapper';
# Optionally set the underlying cache class
$conf['cacheobject_class_cache_form'] = 'DrupalDatabaseCache';
When the underlying cache class is not specified, the cache object wrapper falls back to
$conf['cacheobject_class'] and if that does not exist to
$conf['cache_class'] and finally to
This module does not expose any configuration interface. Developers may implement one or more of the exposed hooks to influence the caching policy. See the API docs for more information.
This module is a lightweight add-on to the CDN module which will rewrite the URLs of any images generated within a View.
Assuming you have the CDN module installed and configured properly, simple install the CDN Views module as any other module and you should see your Views output rewriten URLs. There is not an admin UI to this module or any sort of configuration.