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  • Resolved Parmar Hardip

    (@hardipparmar)


    I am not using any other caching plugin on our site but still, I am getting a “Hummingbird detected an advanced-cache.php file in the wp-content directory. Please disable any other caching plugins in order to use Page Caching.” error on plugin caching tab.

    Also, If I remove the advanced-cache.php file in a wp-content folder then after 2-3 day I am again showing this same error no caching tab.

    Please check this screenshot: https://www.screencast.com/t/0En4hGJz

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