Caching HTML Output with PHP

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Caching HTML Output with PHP

This tutorial describes how to cache HTML output with PHP script.
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  • Submitted on: 2014-01-26 05:09:22

  • Submitted By: Chara Miteo

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There are many cases when people would like to create a cache for output of php pages on their website. This technique allows you to reduce a response time and increase productivity of your site. And, one of important things, it's a simple enough and may be used both for small sites and big web portals. It may be also very useful for a code, that performs a lot of "hard-time" operations, like: multiple database requests, long-time running of code parts etc. In other words, it can be very helpful for site optimization.    More detail...

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