Database Caching Jobs

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  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $20.00 Posted
    Hi I am working with an affiliate network that places a cookie that is a lifetime cookie. This means that if I spend my good money on traffic and someone already cookied them I won't get the credit. I am looking for someone that can make it so it rewrites the cookie with my affiliate id. Thanks
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $60.00 Posted
    I have a WordPress site, and have installed W3 Total Cache. I"m also using a generic CDN, and Cloudflare. But I can't find quite the right configuration for it; the site is still too slow. The site is hosted on a VPS and I can give you its specifications if necessary. I'm looking for someone who is experienced in configuring W3 Total Cache with Cloudflare and CDN. Please let me me know what you can offer! Thank ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – 10-30 hrs/week – Posted
    We own an Advertising network which is currently running on a in-house platform. Currently the ad network is using almost all the server resources, so we need an experienced PHP/SQL programmer to speed up our ad server by optimizing it (modifying the php code, redesign the SQL tables). The ad server is live & running so the changes must be applied without affecting it with big downtimes. After optimizing it we will need to add some other new features to ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $100.00 Posted
    I need someone to take an existing Wordpress database which is quite big, to delete certain posts from certain categories, and trim it down to reduce the CPU load. Also they would need to make it secure so that there can be no attacks. Then this website needs to be tested & passed by our hosting provider.
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Hello This project is about creating a price comparison site through the website The comparison site is for danish consumers in Denmark. I need a freelancher who is able to do PHP programming for this price comparison site. Along with the webside we have serveral productfeed files (XML) which should be parsed to a database once a day for updated prices. Furthermore the database need some sort of indexing feature. When you use pixiprice as a search engine ...