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Everything posted by sadams101

  1. I am seeing noindex tags like below inserted into some profile pages after upgrading: <meta name="robots" content="noindex, follow"> Here is an example: https://www.celiac.com/profile/95500-gege-harris/ Does anyone know why? I don't want noindex in this content.
  2. I too am running lazy load, but in 4.3 (it's a custom solution that works really well, and is easy to install), and have also noticed that superblocks and supergrid don't work with it. It looks like these plugins load the images in the background. I wish they worked with lazy load.
  3. On mobile I've noticed some formatting issues on the main category page: https://www.celiac.com/articles.html/?show=categories I realize that not everyone is going to have these issues, as my site is quite large, old, and probably has way too many categories and sub-categories (I will be trying to tackle this issue soon). However, the design of this template should probably still take this into account.
  4. I finally figured this out...just in case anyone else needs this: h2 .ipsType_break { font-size:1.5rem; line-height:1.3; } And this is the text area just below: .ipsType_center .ipsType_light { font-size:0.9rem; line-height:1.3; }
  5. For the Supergrid I am hoping that someone might be able to help me to find the CSS to edit the article title/link areas--see the red arrow? This page can also be seen here.
  6. I found it...my bad, please ignore my request. I hope to have better questions about it soon!
  7. Hello, I just purchased this plugin and, unfortunately, don't see a user guide or other instructions for how to use it. Sorry, but going through this thread didn't give me the basic answers I seek. Please let me know, thank you!
  8. PS - mysqltuner recommends this setting, but I am not sure when I read up on this, should I set this to on? performance_schema = ON
  9. Thank you for this...I really appreciate it. My server is dedicated to my IPB forum, and running Revive Adserver, which is a PHP banner serving app that I use to serve the banners in my forum. It is still also running MyISAM, so I should probably update that as well because I am still reserving 10G to MyISAM's key_buffer_size. In fact, even though I have 64G it looks like I really don't due to setup factors--for some reason 15G is devoted to swap...no idea why, the leased server was set up this way, and I'm not sure if that memory is available for anything else. It uses nearly zero memory for swap most of the time. I also dedicate about 4G to memcached. Based on what I think is a more limited amount of memory available I went with the following (if the reserved memory mentioned above is not "locked" for those purposes, I can revisit this: innodb_buffer_pool_size=26G innodb_buffer_pool_instances=13 innodb_file_per_table=1 innodb_log_file_size=2G query_cache_type = 0 query_cache_size = 0 Here are some additional settings I have based on what I've read at Percona, and what running mysqltuner.pl recommended (hopefully these help, but I'm not sure): innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit=1 innodb_flush_method=O_DIRECT innodb_read_io_threads=8 innodb_write_io_threads=8 Last, after running the conversion with recommended commands...example: ALTER TABLE example_forum_db.ibf_custom_bbcode ENGINE=InnoDB ROW_FORMAT=DYNAMIC; is there anything I need to do, for example create indexes for the tables or do anything else?
  10. So last night I finally converted my databases from MyISAM to innoDB. So far in my testing I've not seen any speed increase, and in fact, my TTFB (time to first byte) seems to be slower. I've not yet tweaked the my.cnf settings much, and have pulled mine from here (I have 64G of memory): https://www.percona.com/blog/2016/10/12/mysql-5-7-performance-tuning-immediately-after-installation/ Here are my my.cnf settings...any suggestions would be appreciated. My board's MyISAM post table was ~1G, and now it is ~4x that size. innodb_buffer_pool_size=25G innodb_buffer_pool_instances=8 innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit=1 innodb_log_file_size=5G innodb_flush_method=O_DIRECT innodb_log_buffer_size=10M
  11. I am trying to shorten the SEO links used in my Pages app. I believe I saw a setting somewhere about excluding the category furl within the URL's/links to articles, but now I can't find it. Is there such a setting?
  12. PSS - To be more specific, I see this setting having a big impact on google's "First CPU Idle" times. They increase greatly with the setting on, and decrease greatly with it off. I am leaving it off, as I believe the security risk is very low.
  13. Great, how to I sign up to the beta testing? My site rank has been tanking badly since ~ August when that ranking factor began. PS - I don't just run one speed test from one tool to determine if a setting like this slows things down. I generally run a minimum of 10 tests and average them. I am very confident that this setting is slowing things 5-10 points on google's speed test. Why, I cannot say.
  14. I am having serious site speed issues and am trying to find settings in my ACP that will speed things up. I use memcached and in that area I see this setting: Check IP address when validating session? (If your site is likely to be used by many users in an intranet situation (such as an office or university), you may need to disable this setting to prevent users being logged out. However, when disabled, there is a greater risk of session hijacking. In most environments, this setting should be left on.) When I turned this off I did notice a big difference in site speed--in google's site speed index it I saw a 5-10 point increase, which is huge. What are the real risks here with this setting off? I understand that in theory someone in a hospital who is logged in as a user might somehow get a session from another logged in user, but how likely is that? Could, for example, a guest, or another logged in user, somehow get my admin session? That would be more worrisome. Last, I've heard rumors that the next version of IPB will include a defer onscreen images setting, which would be great. How likely is this to be in the next version?
  15. To give a bit more detail, this was also happened at the same time on my iphone in the Safari browser. I am not running any plugins that would cause this, at least as far a I know. It only occurred with article comments, and only when several came in during a short time period. So, for example, I visited the article's comments and approved them, then got a notification that there were more comments to approve. When I went to the same article the second time, the newest ones were not visible, and I kept getting the notification that there were two new comments to approve on that article. The only solution was to fully clear the cache in both desktop and iphone browsers.
  16. I've narrowed this down to browser-side caching, because clearing my cache allowed the article comments to show. This seems like strange behavior, is there a setting that could affect this?
  17. Any idea why article comments would send me a notification that a comment is there, but then when I click on the notification the comment isn't there? I see it in the moderator CP, but not in the page. Is there some delay, and if so, what setting changes this? PS - Strangely I can open a different browser and see the comment. This is happening in the latest Chrome desktop browser, and it seems to be some sort of caching issue.
  18. Ok, I think I got this right last week, but now when I post to facebook, even with the tag done correct, it is showing that older, wrong, markup tag. Perhaps they have cached it?
  19. Strange...is this a bug? When I add this tag in there: <meta property="og:title" content="Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet Support - Celiac.com" /> it shows in the page like this: <meta property="og:title" content="&lt;meta property=&quot;og:title&quot; content=&quot;Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet Support - Celiac.com&quot; /&gt;"> Where the others don't have this issue.
  20. Great, thank you. I also noticed that the site-wide tag for my site is "object" and should, I believe, be "website." I will look there as well to see if I can change this. <meta property="og:type" content="object" />
  21. I am wondering why the og/open graph tags are missing on my site's home/index page (www.celiac.com)? I am getting negative SEO scores for not having these: <meta property="og:title" content="The title" /> <meta property="og:type" content="The type" /> <meta property="og:url" content="http://url.com/" />
  22. Thank you...the solution turned out to be fairly simple: 1) <div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_hidePhone'>Desktop banner code here shows Banner A only on desktops</div> 2) <div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_hideDesktop ipsResponsive_hideTablet'>Mobile banner code here shows Banner B only on mobile</div>
  23. I am having issues displaying ads properly at what I believe are 3 different screen resolutions (my current ads use 2, and it is causing issues). So currently I use the following: 1) <div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_hidePhone'>Desktop banner code here shows Banner A only on desktops</div> 2) <div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_hideDesktop'>Mobile banner code here shows Banner B only on mobile</div> However, when I slowly close the with of the browser there is a mid-point where both Banner A and Banner B are showing, then if I continue to shrink the width it correctly shows only Banner B. I would like to make #2 above formatting also include this mid-range width, and show only Banner B there, and not Banner A. Thank you in advance for any help.
  24. This fix helped solve the issue: In template Core > global > global > includeJS add "defer" to this line: <script defer src='{{if $js->data['host'] == parse_url( \IPS\Settings::i()->base_url, PHP_URL_HOST )}}{expression="$js->setQueryString( 'v', \IPS\CACHEBUST_KEY )"}{{else}}{expression="$js"}{{endif}}' data-ips></script>
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