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Caching can cause issues when changes are made and previous rules or settings are still applying. This is because although the change has occurred within the settings for MODX, the older version of a web page has been saved in cache so that the page could be loaded quicker. To reset this there are a few options provided by MODX. The first option available is the Clear Cache option under the Site menu. The following article discusses the other options clear memory in MODX- flushing the sessions and permissions using the MODX Administrator interface.
Flushing permissions will simply clear permissions for a person or section of the MODX website based on specific user login. This will clear the cache and any previously saved permissions for that page.
Flushing all of the sessions clears the cache for all users. Additionally, all users who are logged into the application will be logged out and must login before being able to access the website.
|1.||Managing Users in Modx|
|2.||Part I: Managing Users Groups in Modx|
|3.||Replacing the Modx Editor with TinyMCE|
|4.||How to manually reset MODx Administrator user password using API|
|5.||Resetting the Password for Modx Users through the Database|
|6.||How to view an error log in Modx|
|7.||How to Add Content Types to Modx|
|8.||Loading MODX Components in Package Management|
|9.||Installing Packages in Modx Package Management|
|10.||Changing System Settings in Modx|
|11.||Creating Systems Settings in Modx|
|12.||Part I: Setting Up Friendly URLs for MODX- HTACCESS file changes|
|13.||Part II: Making Template and System Setting Changes to Enable Friendly URLs for Modx|
|14.||How to Optimize your Database in MODX Revolution|
|15.||How to find MODX System Information|
|16.||Flush Permissions and Sessions in MODX|
|17.||How to Configure SMTP Email for MODX|
|18.||Adding the Google Analytic Widget to the MODX Dashboard|
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