The only Plone book aimed specifically at non-programmers, showing you how to build powerful Plone websites through its graphical web interface. If you want to get a Plone site up and running quickly and don't want to get involved in programming, this book is for you. This book is aimed at beginners, who want to configure and customize Plone to meet their content management needs. The book doesn't expect programming skills, although some knowledge of fundamental web concepts such as HTML and HTTP may be helpful. Some basic programming skills will be beneficial for the advanced topics.Again, the values for both Last-Modified and ETag are determined by CacheFu settings that we can adjust to suit our use case. LiveHTTPHeaders (http : //liveht tpheade rs . mozdev . org) is a handy Firefox browser extension for viewing HTTP headers and troubleshooting cache issues. ... If you find that your server has unused RAM, you can increase the size of this cache until your machine begins toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Practical Plone 3|
|Author||:||Sam Knox, Alex Clark, Steve McMahon, Darci Hanning, David Convent, John DeStefano|
|Publisher||:||Packt Publishing Ltd - 2009|