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Enache wp-supercache with get parameters

  • Url with no GET parameters, is cached as wp-supercache

    means that…

    mydomain.com/index.php/name-of-the-page

    is cached as a wp-supercache

    BUT

    mydomain.com/index.php/name-of-the-page?section=6

    is cached only as wp-cache, witch is slower

    since my site use the get parameters to show a gallery….most of my urls have GET parameters

    also.. the traffic from sites like wahoha add GET parameters to my urls, so when the send a lot of traffic

    with urls like this

    mydomain.com/index.php/name-of-the-page?campain-wahoha

    my site crash

    so is ther a way to get cached as static files… no php involved even with get parameters?

    some htaccess trick?

    maybe converting

    mydomain.com/index.php/name-of-the-page?section=6

    into

    mydomain.com/index.php/name-of-the-page/section=6

    or something like that

    another caching system?

    i try hypercache and w3 cache… and takes a lot resource in my hosting… so.. not an option

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  • using htaccess how do i get

    this

    mydomain.com/index.php/name-of-the-page?section=6

    into this

    mydomain.com/index.php/name-of-the-page/section/6

    I’d also be happy to do supercache files from pages with get params. How would this work @donncha?

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