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[resolved] [Quick cache]: Options for clear cache events (5 posts)

  1. Alergic
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hi !

    I set 1 year for expiration time. But it's annoying that everytime I publish a new post or add a new tag, all cache gets deleted.
    Please, what do you think about a new option that allow admins to choose what pages need to clear after publishing new post ? I mean: just homepage/front pages, a certain category or whatever. But only when I want it.

    Also I intend to add in the sidebar an iframe that contains widgets for Last Comments/ Posts. This way, cached page wouldn't care about new content of the Widgets.
    I have Weaver theme that produces 4 versions for every page. And I have to delete and add a lot of tags, modify category descriptions, remove mistakes from the published articles, and I really can't rebuild cache everytime I do minor changes. I have the cheapest hosting.
    BTW: Home page is updating after every little change, and this way Google wait more when it's indexing homepage.

    Thank you !

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/quick-cache/

  2. Alergic
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    Ohh, I just remember to check the Pro features :) I am sorry for not reading first.
    Well, that leaves only updating Tags and Category events.
    I would by the Pro if you add this feature.

    What do you think about the trick with widgets in iframe ? Could I use Widget cache with quick cache ?

  3. Raam Dev
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 months ago #

    Please, what do you think about a new option that allow admins to choose what pages need to clear after publishing new post ? I mean: just homepage/front pages, a certain category or whatever. But only when I want it.

    There is a feature request currently open to allow specifying the URIs that should be purged when the cache is cleared: https://github.com/WebSharks/Quick-Cache/issues/111

    However, I see what you're saying about being able to have even finer control over how other things are purged, like specifically what gets purged when a post is updated. I think that might be a good idea. I'll put some more thought into this if you open a feature request for this (maybe call it something like "Enhanced control over post cache clearing behavior").

    Well, that leaves only updating Tags and Category events.
    I would by the Pro if you add this feature.

    The next release of Quick Cache will greatly improve on Category and Tag clearing and it will be a lot more intelligent about when it clears the cache so that it's not getting cleared all the time. This work is already done, so this is definitely coming with the next release.

    The next release should be out within the next few weeks but if you're interested in testing a beta release of Quick Cache before the next version comes out, please sign-up to be a beta tester here.

    What do you think about the trick with widgets in iframe ? Could I use Widget cache with quick cache ?

    That trick might work, yes. Unfortunately there's no easy way for Quick Cache to exclude dynamic widgets from the cache at this time, but if you'd like to open a feature request, that would be great.

  4. Alergic
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    I will register there.
    Thank you for most complete answer ! I rated sometime ago 5 stars for Quick Cache. No disappointment so far :)

  5. Raam Dev
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 months ago #

    You're most welcome! Thank you for the 5-start rating! :)

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