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Basic and Cache Settings in OSSN

How to Configure the Site Settings of your Open Source Social Network

One of the great advantage of OSSN is that it is extremely easy to configure. The following tutorial will teach you how to manage your Open Source Social Network's Site Settings.

 

To configure the Site settings of your website, you need to:

Step 1 Configure Basic Settings

To configure your social network settings, login to your website as an Administrator and click on the Site Settings>Basic button.

 

Accessing the Basic settings of your website

 

You will be able to configure these fields for your website’s settings:
 

  • Website Name- The official name of your social network.
  • Owner Email - This is the contact email for your administration.
  • Site Notification EmailYou can assign a second email to receive all the site notifications that might occur.
  • Default Language – The official language of your website. Take a note that the customers can change the language for their personal needs from their accounts.
  • Error Reporting – This option allows you to receive an email whenever an error occurs.


Configuring the Basic Settings of your OSSN based website

 

Whenever you are done with configuring the desired settings, you can proceed by clicking the Save button.

 

Step 2 Enable/Disable Cache


The caching functionality in OSSN is implemented to improve site performance by storing CSS and JavaScript files. To enable or disable your Open Source Social Network caching, you should first login to your website as an Administrator and click on the Site Settings > Cache button.

Accessing the Cache section of your Site Settings menu

Here you will see a dropdown menu with the Enable/Disable Cache options as well as the current status of your caching. Whenever you are done with choosing the desired option, you can proceed by clicking the Save button.

 

Enabling or disabling of the OSSN cache

 

You can flush your OSSN Cache you can do this from your Dashboard > Flush Cache button.

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