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Category: Clear Cache

Why Do I Need to Clear My Cache?

By Virteom
June 18, 2018 Category: Clear Cache

If you have owned a computer for any length of time you likely have experienced the dread of internet slow down. If it gets bad enough that you need to reach out for technical support one of the first things that they will tell you to try is to clear your browser cache. But what does clearing your cache even do? Why does it help? What is Your Browser Cache? Your cache is the name for a portion of your hard drive that is dedicated to storing browser files that your browser determines it may need to use again. Web pages are packed with information, and this information is stored in dozens, hundreds and sometimes thousands of files for just one site. Your browser will cache portions of the page for you so in future visits load times are quicker, improving your overall internet experience. Why Should I Clear my Cache? Your browser will store things like files, CSS styles, JavaScript scripts, images, and other multimedia content. That is why when youre working with a web development firm

Category: Statistics

Viewing Your Daily Click Paths in Virteom

By Dan Carbone
November 03, 2014 Category: Learning, Statistics

This article shows you how to view the daily clicks of the users on the website. You can also access other statistics from the statistics window. Login to Virteom 1. Login to Virteom by going to your website and then typing /virteom after the domain name. For example if your website as example.com, to log into virteom you would type example.com/virteom in the browser window. 2. Then type in your username and password. 3. Click Login Click on Statistics Click on Manager at the top and then click on Statistics on the side menu. Click on Daily Leads Click on Daily Leads on the side menu to view the daily clicks of that have taken place that day. To view other statistical data click on the other reports on the side menu.