Support » Plugin: Cache Enabler - WordPress Cache » Cacher Not Caching and Misc

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    I keep checking the page source for per and it is not caching anything. I have run multiple speed tests and they are not picking it up either. What are some reasons for this and how to fix? Yes, we have the wp-config defined here

    How long does it take for it to start working? Does it auto cache all pages and posts without requiring a “1st visit” as well?

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    I don’t see a stats section showing how many pages are cached and which in like a summary area in WP. Is there not something like this? If not, could you consider adding something like that so we can quickly see what pages or posts are cached at a glance and to confirm when cache is cleared and when they build back up etc?

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    Is this plugin being actively maintained and developed now and will well into the future?

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    Does it work with both the legacy WP editor AND WP Gutenberg editor as well?

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    Does it work with pagebuilders like Divi Builder standard and Visual, Beaver Builder, and WP Bakery and others?

    I have heard good things about it (this plugin) and have extensive experience with other caching plugins with both single sites and multisites.

    Thanks a lot.

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by birdog123.
    • This topic was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by birdog123.
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  • Answers to your questions can be found below:

    1. Are these tests being done when logged out? By default the Cache Enabler plugin will only cache pages and posts for logged out visitors. If yes, please provide a direct URL to an example that I can check.

    The page or post must be requested once in order to be generated and then cached.

    2. Currently the only Cache Enabler statistic available in the WordPress Dashboard is the current cache size. This is located in the “At a Glance” box. Thank you for sharing your feedback, I’ve passed your feature request to the developers accordingly.

    3. Yes.

    4. Yes, however, clearing the cache for the page or post that’s being updated in the Gutenberg editor is currently limited.

    5. Yes.

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