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  • Hi,

    I can’t seem to make breeze work with my theme. It returns blank content on page archive after the page refresh. I added this page to exclusions, but recently caching started hiding comment forms and related posts sections on blog posts as well.

    These broken pages also don’t reflect any woocommerce cart contents properly, returning previously cached items (if there were any).

    It does that even when all minifications are disabled and only ‘basic cache’ is enabled. Varnished on my server is disabled as well.

    Please let me know if it is something that can be fixed or I should just forget about caching on this website.
    `www.flowliving.club/blog’

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by woorooo.
    • This topic was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by woorooo.
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  • Plugin Author adeelkhan

    (@adeelkhan)

    Hi

    There is a chance that there is a conflict between an installed plugin and Breeze. Can you verify this and confirm that there is no other plugin or theme that is creating its own cache and thus causing the pages to break?

    Yes, I can confirm that it’s the theme that causes it. The problem is that I don’t believe, that it has its own caching. However, it does have its own minification options, but I’ve disabled those.

    Another interesting thing is that I have another website with this exact theme and this exact version, but I don’t seem to have any caching compatibility issues with Breeze on that one.

    The only difference is that they are on different Cloudways WordPress installations (one is on a simple WP install, and another one is on a WooCommerce optimized), but again the Varnish is disable, so I’m not sure if it is of any difference in this case.

    Ok, so the second website with the same theme today started having the same problem with the archive page. It simply goes blank after page refresh. I did some testing and apparently it happened after I deactivated and deleted one of the plugins. To be precise it was WP Last Modified Info. After activating it again. The problem disappeared. I don’t use this plugin on the first website, maybe it was caused by another one there.

    Any ideas if it is something that can be fixed without excluding archive pages of the blog?

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