The installation package contains a component and several other extensions. The component was discussed in the Using the JCH Optimize Component chapter, the other extensions will be discussed in this chapter
Table of Contents
- The JCH Optimize Mode Switcher Module
- The System - JCH Optimize Plugin
- The System - JCH Optimize Page Cache Plugin
- The User - JCH Optimize User State Plugin
The JCH Optimize Mode Switcher module is placed on the status bar in the administrator site. This provides an easy way to disable The System - JCH Optimize Plugin on your site from any page in the administrator section.
By clicking this module you toggle between two states, Production, and Development. In Development mode, JCH Optimize is deactivated on the site and all optimizations of the pages ceases. This is so named because it was designed to enable you to do development work on your site without having JCH Optimize interfere with any changes you may want to perform in case you are modifying resource files, etc. You should always disable JCH Optimize when doing development work on your site. In Production mode, JCH Optimize is reactivated and optimizations of the page resumes.
You can integrate the JCH Optimize Page Cache plugin with the JCH Optimize Mode Switcher module so that the page cache plugin is disabled when placed in Development mode and enabled when put in Production mode.
When the package is installed the module is placed last on the status bar and any registered user with access to the administrator site will have access to the module. You can configure the location and access level of the module to your liking. To do so, navigate to the Manage module, click Administrator Modulesmenu item on the left then on the
Search through the list for the JCH Optimize Mode Switcher or use the search bar to filter for the module and click the hyperlinked name to open the module for configuration. From here you can change the ordering, access level or unpublish the module if you would rather not have it.