Support » Plugin: Content Warning » Does Content Warning conflict with W3 Total Cache?

  • Ron Troyer

    (@ronrontroyercom)


    The Content Warning plugin works well except when activated with the W3 Total Cache plugin – the warning box pops up again and again as you navigate through the site. Is this a known incompatibility? Or do I need to customize the settings in W3 Total Cache to allow Content Warning to work?

    In Content Warning I have the cookie life set to one day.

    I am fairly new to Caching plugins FYI!

    Thanks
    Ron

    I am using Content Warning at two sites. The site at which I attempted to use the two plugins together is at http://bank.glass

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/content-warning-v2/

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  • Hey, I have had the same problem when it comes to caching and irregularity.

    I have yet to find a fix, as it happens with all the caching plugins I have tried so far.

    Just wanted to let you know you aren’t alone 🙂

    Plugin Author Jerry

    (@phyrax)

    Caching was not thought of when building this. The way the plugin works with caching right now is very improper.

    Over the next few weeks I’ll be working on a solution that makes this more cache compatible, especially for page caching.

    Side-note: sorry for my delay in response, I’ve been quite busy lately.

    Plugin Author Jerry

    (@phyrax)

    The latest release SHOULD support caching now. I’m now using cookie.js instead of PHP for cookie handling so cached pages should be fine. Be warned, due to the css changes, if you have custom CSS, it will break with this update.

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