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  • Jake Bunce
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    Those are questions for www.vbulletin.org . They deal with custom code over there.

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  • appsfinder
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    Caching the template

    How do i reduce the number of queries? and how do i cache the template? allso what is the default number of queries!

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  • testebr
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    Thank you, it will help with my own plugins.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Red can be considered to be bad... In your case, it means:

    navbar_moderacao_alerta is uncached and therefore adds a query to every single page load.

    14 means that you are using more than the default number of queries for your page. Caching the template above will help fix that.

    I think that gray is only relevant with hooks. I believe that black means that plugins were called on that hook and gray means no plugins are on the hook.

    The information is only really useful if your developing new software on the vBulletin engine though. If this is your live site, you should turn debug mode off.

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  • testebr
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    Ok, red is about uncached template, but and the gray color?

    Cya

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  • Jake Bunce
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    There is no specific documentation for the colors used by debug mode. If you can copy and paste some of the text you are confused about then I might be able to clarify what it means.

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  • testebr
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    Debug mode colors explain

    Can someone explain about the text colors in debug info?

    Some texts are in gray, other in black, some red... any documentation about it?

    Thank you!

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