The hmenu is not shown in the front the web

elviro.valencia
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elviro.valencia posted this 12 March 2020

Good afternoon,
When doing an update of the template of the web Escuelasinfantileschicos.es the hmenu is not shown in the front
from the web when the browser cache is cleared.
From the themler template the menu is shown, but when cleaning the cache it disappears.
I ask for your help to solve this problem.
If you want to access the joomla backend it is the following:
Admin: AzEscuelasC2013Ui
Password: 2013Cs07@AzXb
I await your comments on the subject.
Receive a cordial greeting. Elviro

Good afternoon, When doing an update of the template of the web Escuelasinfantileschicos.es the hmenu is not shown in the front from the web when the browser cache is cleared. From the themler template the menu is shown, but when cleaning the cache it disappears. I ask for your help to solve this problem. If you want to access the joomla backend it is the following: Admin: AzEscuelasC2013Ui Password: 2013Cs07@AzXb I await your comments on the subject. Receive a cordial greeting. Elviro
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 13 March 2020

Hello Elviro,

Progressive Caching setting does this. I switched to Cache Disabled:

Screenshot-1.png

Gina
Themler Support

Hello Elviro, Progressive Caching setting does this. I switched to Cache Disabled: !Screenshot-1.png! Gina Themler Support
elviro.valencia
39 Posts
elviro.valencia posted this 13 March 2020

good afternoon,
Thank you very much for your help.
I can already see that the horizontal menu loads again.
Receive a cordial greeting. Elviro

good afternoon, Thank you very much for your help. I can already see that the horizontal menu loads again. Receive a cordial greeting. Elviro
tmgarrison
96 Posts
tmgarrison posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi. It's now more than a year after this thread was started and, apparently, the problem still exists.

I found that the menu "returns" when I clear the cache. And yes, I switched from "Conservative" to "Progressive" about a week ago, but didn't notice that the menu was disappearing after the change.

With the "stupid" mandates that Google has placed on sites, every bit of speed is mandated. So switching to "Progressive" is the answer for the site. But if the template is not going to function properly as a result, we're stuck between google's mandates and our software capabilities.

Is this something the update for Themler to work with J4 will resolve? I can switch back to "Conservative" until then...hopefully. But I can say that speed is going to suffer for mobile devices as a result. And that's what google is doing to us. I really wish the world would simply forget about that company and force them to return to playing fair like they did until 10 years ago.

Hi. It's now more than a year after this thread was started and, apparently, the problem still exists. I found that the menu "returns" when I clear the cache. And yes, I switched from "Conservative" to "Progressive" about a week ago, but didn't notice that the menu was disappearing after the change. With the "stupid" mandates that Google has placed on sites, every bit of speed is mandated. So switching to "Progressive" is the answer for the site. But if the template is not going to function properly as a result, we're stuck between google's mandates and our software capabilities. Is this something the update for Themler to work with J4 will resolve? I can switch back to "Conservative" until then...hopefully. But I can say that speed is going to suffer for mobile devices as a result. And that's what google is doing to us. I really wish the world would simply forget about that company and force them to return to playing fair like they did until 10 years ago.
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