Charles

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  1. Charles added a post in a topic: SEO: How much do you care?   

    The first is this topic and the one below is the forum listing.
  2. Charles added a post in a topic: SEO: How much do you care?   

    Put another way:
    I care a lot about SEO.
    But then I think about why I care. I care because I want people to come to my site. SEO's "role" is to get search engines to put your site in the results so people will click into the site.
    What I actually think is way more important than SEO, and what we do not talk about enough about, is the "then what" questions. So you SEO up your site and get people to click the search engine result. Then what? It's one thing to get them there it's another to keep them there. I see so many people obsessing about SEO and then I visit their site and it's not a pleasant experience.
    One thing we are working on is a streamlined account creation process whereby a guest could actually post a message and in sends them an email to "active" their post. What really happens is the user is registering an account in a two-step process and their post is held until they complete it. We think this lowers the barrier to registration.
  3. Charles added a post in a topic: SEO: How much do you care?   

    See... it's all about creating a site where Google says "oh good content here I will pay attention!"

  4. Charles added a post in a topic: SEO: How much do you care?   

    Search Engine Optimization is important.
    But so many people forget that you must have content that is Optimized to get people to care to use a Search Engine to find it and then, once they do, actually stay on your site to read it.
  5. Charles added a article in Knowledgebase   

    [4.0.2] Your session.save_path is not writeable
    Download Setup.php and upload to:
    system/Dispatcher/Setup.php
     
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  6. Charles added a comment: [4.0.2] Your session.save_path (/var/lib/php/session) is not writable   

    Changed Status to Fixed
  7. Charles added a comment: [4.0.2] Your session.save_path (/var/lib/php/session) is not writable   

    http://community.invisionpower.com/4docs/knowledgebase/402-your-sessionsave_path-is-not-writeable-r114/
  8. Charles added a post in a topic: How to speed up the Background Processes?   

    ​Great. I am happy to hear it's speeding things up.
  9. Charles added a post in a topic: How to speed up the Background Processes?   

    Some performance improvements will come in 4.0.2 along with quite a lot more in 4.0.3.
  10. Charles added a post in a topic: Image URLs Secuirty   

    ​Oh I see you're referring to profile photos.
  11. Charles added a post in a topic: Image URLs Secuirty   

    When someone inserts an image via the "insert as URL" option all it does is insert a regular <img src=''> tag in the body of your post. There is no interaction with your server so nothing is revealed.
  12. Charles added a post in a topic: How to speed up the Background Processes?   

    @mikesound @Ocean West @Ziggs or others in this topic: if you could try it out too it would be appreciated. Thanks!
  13. Charles added a post in a topic: How to speed up the Background Processes?   

    ​Would you mind doing a normal cron setup to simulate how clients would normally do it? Just a normal one running once a minute. I fear your setup may cause problems with the new queue logic.
    But either way you're already seeing an improvement of 4 times per cycle which is good  
  14. Charles added a post in a topic: How to speed up the Background Processes?   

    For those of you who are experiencing slow task execution please try uploading this file. Simply upload it and then wait for your tasks to run as normal.
    applications/core/tasks/ queue.php
    Unsupported, use at your own risk, backup, and so on. This is designed to work on 4.0.1. If it helps then we will release it in 4.0.2. Please report your experience here.
  15. Charles added a post in a topic: Thank-you Support Team   

    ​We did warn everyone that RC-related issues would take a long time to solve
     

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