About Preloader Prime
Preloader Prime is a Drupal 7 module that will add a beautifully animated loading screen indicator on your site. You can create unique preloading effects on each node/page. Choose the best loading spinner for your preloader from the three available option (CSS3, GIF, SVG). Customize the color, size, and background, add some text below the loading spinner, add some awesome effects when preloader exit or when the site content is display.
|Theme Name||Preloader Prime|
|Started Date||13 Saptember 17|
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|Demo||Click Here For View Demo|
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- Reads sitemap.xml as a file, saving a web server call.
- Checks for the local cache file before trying to re-cache, saving resources.
- Optionally uses priority tags in sitemap.xml
- Configurable page limit per session, useful for larger sites.
- Frees memory and stops executing as soon as possible to save further resources.
- Failsafe to stop executing in case of an url or network problem.
- New: Option to fix trailing slash cache creation problem.
Preloader Prime Customize
*Customize preloading effects on specific node.
*50+ awesome CSS3 loading spinners available.
*28 beautiful animated GIF available.
*12 SVG loading spinners available.
*Custom text below the loading spinner.
*31 different preloader exit animation effects.
*39 different page content entrance animation effects.
*Customize the color, size and background.
*Enable/Disable Preloader for specific page or node.
Caching creates an ultra-fast load time, essential for improving Search Engine Optimization and increasing conversions. When you turn on WP Rocket, page caching is immediately activated.
Because our crawler simulates a visit to preload the cache, the indexing of your website by search engines is instantly improved.
Static Files Compression
WP Rocket’s code is developed according to WordPress best practices. It is clean, commented and has loads of hooks so developers can easily make advanced customizations.
Item support includes:
PHP Cache Warmer
If you haven’t noticed yet, this website is powered by WordPress and speed is optimized using W3 Total Cache… Previously I was using WP Super Cache but recently decided to try W3 Total Cache as it’s feature set (minify, cdn, etc.) is looking better. For my setup it actually worked better so I kept it as my caching plugin.
But it took me a while to figure out it’s “Cache Preload” option is not working well or at least not working as I expected. “Automatically prime the page cache” was checked but pages were not in cache…
This PHP script has the same basic idea as Optimus Cache Prime and uses sitemap.xml as it’s source.
It will read the sitemap.xml file, parse the local URL’s listed in it. Then checks if the cache file for that url exists in W3TC. If the cache exists it will skip that url. But if not, it will visit the link using minimal resources causing the W3TC re-create cache for that page.
- PHP5 (Required due to SimpleXML, you may change that to use with earlier versions of PHP)
- W3 Total Cache
- WP Super Cache (Not tested! But it should work)
- Copy the code into a php file (warm.php) and place it in the site root where sitemap.xml exists.
- Review/edit the configuration options inside the script.
- Set a cron job to run that script every 5 minutes (or even every minute as the code is very easy on the system resources.)
- Sample: */5 * * * * php -q /home/youraccount/public_html/warm.php
- Thats it!
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