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  • Resolved wkeithgardner

    (@wkeithgardner)


    Is it possible that if a user only partially downloads a page that a corrupted page is stored in the cache?

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  • It shouldn’t – we take the HTML generated by WordPress and store it for later requests to the same page. Even if the connection to a client is closed in between, the Page should already have been generated and stored away – or not been generated yet.

    Is this something you see repeatedly? Could an server-side error during page creation be the cause instead?

    If you see this again, I suggest you check your web servers error logs, the PHP and log and the WordPress Debug log (if enabled – see https://codex.wordpress.org/Debugging_in_WordPress) for hints.

    Thread Starter wkeithgardner

    (@wkeithgardner)

    i will sometimes notice on a website (with no regular updates) where the page being loaded from the server cache will be partially loaded with no css.

    it might be because of autoptimized being cleared without the cache being cleared, and thus trying to retrieve a non-existent optimized css file.

    thank you for the peace of mind. made me realize what is most likely causing it.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by wkeithgardner.
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