- Compatible XF 1.x versions
- Additional requirements
- XenForo v1.5.3+, PHP 5.6+
- Updates duration
- 3 Months - US $34.95 / 1 Year - US $49.95 / Lifetime - US $99.95 / Branding Free Add-On - US $75
- Visible branding
- Yes, but removable with payment
DragonByte Optimise is the ideal product for forums that wish to further leverage the existing server they are running, without needing to upgrade to a more expensive server. Featuring the ability to cache data in one of a multitude of supported cachers, you won't have to worry about needing to install extra software on your server if you can't or don't want to.
The mod works entirely in the background, caching content whenever and wherever it can, while keeping a running counter of how many queries have been saved. The total amount can be displayed in the front-end under the Forum Statistics, whereas the queries saved per day can be fetched from XenForo's Statistics interface.
Have a suggestion for additional content to be cached? Feel free to let us know, and we'll get it added in a future version (where possible).
To try out the full version of this product (and all other DragonByte Tech XenForo products), please request a demo board via this page: http://www.dragonbyte-tech.com/info/xfdemo
Multiple Cache Extensions: FileCache, Redis (recommended), APCu (recommended), XCache, Memcache, WinCache
Partial Flushing: Some cache extensions support partial flushing of the cache, meaning only changed data gets invalidated.
Guest Full Page Caching: Ability to cache entire pages and serve them saving not only hundreds of queries but up to 90% of CPU processing towards Guests.
Preload CSS Tags: You can optionally enable <link rel="preload"> tags for your CSS files, reducing page load times by prefetching the resources.
Store CSS As Files: You can optionally choose to compress & store CSS as files, potentially reducing page load times and leveraging the browser's cache.
Statistics Logging: Not only can you see the total amount of queries saved on the front page, but XenForo's statistics page also lets you see how many queries were saved on any given day
Complete Feature List
- Display Version Number
- Enable Modification
- Reason For Turning The Modification Off
- Cache Operator
- Default Cache TTL
- Guest Full Page Caching
- Cache Data Registry
- Cache Who's Online
- Cache Nodes
- Cache Forums
- Cache Threads
- Cache Posts
- Cache Profile Posts
- Cache DragonByte Donate: Top Donators
- Cache NFLJ Sportsbook: Events
- Enable Saved Queries Statistics
- Display Saved Queries Statistics In Sidebar
- Enable Footer Statistics
- Test each different cache extension
- Display any error messages returned by the extension
- Store data
- Fetch data
- Flush data
- Displays test results for every cache extension in a tabbed design
Front Page Display
- Saved Queries
- Data Registry
- Profile Posts