Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » cache logged-in users

  • Resolved rashkoff

    (@rashkoff)


    Hello,

    which is the best option to serve cache for logged-in user, for example woo clients?

    This option:
    Don’t cache pages for following user roles (and select only admin) is it ok?

    Also this option:
    Don’t cache pages for logged in users
    If is off, can be used? (how to eliminate form cache drop down menu for account setting, cart and wishlist?

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  • Plugin Support Marko Vasiljevic

    (@vmarko)

    Hello @rashkoff

    Thank you for your inquiry and I am happy to assist you with this.
    First, It’s not recommended to disable cache for logged in users. You should not do that because in some cases, the user may see other users’ accounts, are not able to log in, etc, especially if you are using the Woocommerce.
    That being said, the only thing that you can do if you decide to cache pages for logged in users is to use Fragment Cache which is a pro feature of the plugin.
    Once again. It’s not recommended to cache the content for logged in users.
    Thank you!

    Hello Marko

    thank you again for your patience. I’m considering to pass form WP Rocket to W3TC.
    Is it possible to have temporary demo version / access to the pro version to test Fragment Cache?
    What impact will have on speed?
    Thanks

    Plugin Support Marko Vasiljevic

    (@vmarko)

    Hello @rashkoff

    Possibly it will increase the speed for logged in users and you can check some documentation about Fragment Cache in our FAQ. Please note that it requires development skills.
    We cannot discuss anything regarding the Pro license in wp.org forum. For more information, please drop us a note via the plugin in Performance>Support or via our website https://www.w3-edge.com/contact/

    Thank you!

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