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[Resolved] Dynamic content

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  • I’ve used WP Super Cache and entered strings in the field on the Advanced tab to prevent sections from being cached. There may be a similar feature in W3 Total Cache.

    If by section, you mean section of a site: then, it’s “Page Cache” tab > “Never cache the following pages”.

    If by section, you mean section of a page: then, it’s:

    <!--mfunc -->
    echo rand();
    <!--/mfunc -->

    Note that it’s “mfunc” not “mclude”. Also, do not use <?php ?> tags inside “mfunc”.

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