I found an old mention of this by @gnetworkau
if you read this, could you tell me exactly what you changed in the php file to have it work please, I tried removing the is_search but nothing happened 🙁 ?
Searching works with “?s=*” I think that is standard for wordpress?
I found out how to change ?s= to /search/*keyword , now cache enabler started making cached files of the results but it isn’t showing them still because the initiator is still ?s=* and thats a query so the query gets processed instead of the /search/page served. Any help would be much appreciated
I’ve managed to modify Cache Enabler for nginx advanced caching to support wordpress search caching outlined at
also posted an issue/request at https://github.com/keycdn/cache-enabler/issues/83 for at least making cache enabler support admin option to disable/enable search cache support
Hey, I got here a bit late…
You seem to have it under control now.
I tried this plugin a while back, but found I was fighting it every step of the way. The developers don’t seem to care much either, when it comes to adding essential features requested by users. The plugin still has issues with url trailing slash, in 2020!!!
WP Super Cache has the best integration with WordPress/Apache setup, requires least modifications to work superbly, and in my opinion is the standard.
Good luck in your quest!
Currently there is not a setting that allows search results to be cached, however, this option will be available in version 1.3.7.
*1.4.0 (which will be the next released version).
Where I can find this option in v. 1.4.7?
This feature was delayed to be released in version 1.5.0 instead. Follow this discussion in issue #83 on GitHub.