You need to be more specific when you say it doesn’t work well with one f the most popular caching plugins on the market. You might as well remove your plugin from the market place as its pointless if it doesn’t work with these kind of plugins.
Or at least let others know what works with your plugin when a caching method is used.
Even better – get your developers to fix the issues related. You cant have a plugin for WordPress and then tell all your users that use a Caching plugin that your site speed is less important then your security. Both come hand in hand.
Why not reach out to WP Rocket and ask their developers what could be the cause to the conflict.
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