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[Plugin: Quick Cache ( A WP Super Cache Alternative )] Purge Category, Tag, and Taxonomy listings on (4 posts)

  1. Ian
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    So, Quick Cache looks good, but I really miss a Hyper Cache feature that would purge my category, tag, and taxonomy listings after a new post was made.

    I really need this for my site, since the main purpose is to make up to date listings of book releases (and each book is a post!) So when I add a new book, that book doesn't even show up on the home page (though it is good that this gets refreshed too) - it shows up on the category page.

    Is there any way I can set this now or do I have to wait for a new release where this is possible?

    Since these category pages ALSO get the most traffic, I really need them to be cached in some way, but once a day or so they are updated (never at the same time) and need to be refreshed instantly so twitter traffic and so on can see them.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/quick-cache/

  2. Ian
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Just a minute after I posted this I ran into an error where it was displaying the cached pages of ME logged in to any user who visited the page. So there’s something weird going on with the logged in user caching and I had to disable that. Which means that the site will run fast for any casual visitor, but still slower for any of us who comment or log in. Frustrating!

  3. PriMoThemes
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    In your WP Dashboard, please have a look at: Quick Cache -> Options -> Dynamic Pruning. There were some new options added in recent versions of Quick Cache. You should be able to find a combination that helps you with this situation.

    Please report back if you can.

  4. PriMoThemes
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Just a minute after I posted this I ran into an error where it was displaying the cached pages of ME logged in to any user who visited the page. So there’s something weird going on with the logged in user caching and I had to disable that. Which means that the site will run fast for any casual visitor, but still slower for any of us who comment or log in. Frustrating!

    Yea, I don't recommend turning that option on. Depending on your theme, and other plugins that you have running, this can have negative results.

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