We affectionately refer to our template caching system as “AutoMagiCache”. It's a whole mess of very exciting regular expressions that will automatically pull in a page from your server, rewrite and cache your paths and images, and store it on our server.
*.gif) to use FoxyCart image caching.
\/\/when not preceded by a space or line break.
<img>paths to use FoxyCart image caching.
<a>paths to point to the correct locations.
<form>actions to point to correct locations.
<meta http-equiv=“Content-Type” content=“text/html; charset=utf-8”/>.
swffile, there's no good way to ensure that additional necessary files (like
flv, etc.) are cached along with the
../foo/bar.ext) more than one level deep are not supported.
../foo/bar.extwill work, but
../../foo/bar.extwill not. If you have a legitimate need for more than one level deep, let us know.
@IMPORTrules more than one level deep are not supported. An import will work just fine, but an import inside an import won't be cached. If you have a legitimate need for more than one level deep, let us know.
For some reason, Firefox and Internet Explorer create problems when you have the ampersand (”&”) character inside of code comments:
<!-- Some text & more -->
If you rely on conditional comments for Internet Explorer, and inside of those conditional comments you have ampersands, you'll need to use a very specific syntax to include your comments, detailed at Wellstyled.com. The important piece to notice is the We're still figuring this out.
<!–>, which needs to be included or you'll run into problems with the
& being replaced by
& every time you save your template.
The following placeholders will be replaced with “spaced” placeholders in cached CSS and JS, to prevent problems with parsing placeholders that shouldn't be parsed.
^^ cart ^^
^^ checkout ^^
^^ receipt ^^
^^ analytics_google ^^
If you don't want to use AutoMagiCache but still need your images securely cached you can do so. View the instructions here.