Discussion in 'Closed Suggestions' started by Jaxel, Jan 10, 2015.
Its on almost every page. Should be cached.
Why should it be cached?
It doesn't really make any difference whether it's cached or not. It's only ever used in the template so it doesn't need to be globally cached. If it was used in code, then it only should be if it is commonly used, e.g. error messages in code shouldn't be cached.
It adds a needless query to every page.
Not by default, it doesn't.
Are you using that phrase in an add-on? Are you referencing that in PHP rather than in a template?
Ah, you're right.
Separate names with a comma.