Support » Plugin: Quick Cache (Speed Without Compromise) » Do not cache widget?

  • Resolved boybawang

    (@boybawang)


    Hello –
    I’m using Quick Cache Pro and realize it’s possible to disable cacheing on particular pages, by specifying define(‘QUICK_CACHE_ALLOWED’, FALSE). Is it possible to cache a page but disable caching on a widget within the page? I’d rather not use iFrame.
    Thanks

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/quick-cache/

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  • Plugin Author Raam Dev

    (@raamdev)

    Hello,

    What you’re referring to is called “dynamic fragmentation”, where only specific parts of a page get cached while other parts remain dynamic. This feature is not currently available in Quick Cache, however we have a feature request open for that here. Please follow that GitHub issue for updates.

    Thanks Raam, will do. I ended up using iFrame as a workaround for now.

    @boybawang

    Please, I kindly ask if you can help me with the code you used in the iFrame.
    I had the same idea for Recent Comments and Posts, but I don’t know what should I add there.

    Please, drop me a line here if you are not allowed get offtopic on this thread. even from a facebook account.

    Thank you 😉

    Hi Alergic –

    Basically I just used iFrame to a page that is not being cached. In order to not cache the page being called, I specified:

    define(‘QUICK_CACHE_ALLOWED’, FALSE);
    within that page.

    Next, I have a simple text widget with an iFrame calling that page:
    <iframe src=”<source to page>” width=”200px” height=”1600px” scroll=”no”></iframe>

    Sorry, I had to boldface the code up above because for some reason the Code Backticks doesn’t seem to be working for me on this forum.
    I hope this helps 🙂

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