I am new to WordPress, so I have a lot to learn about it. Think newbie (though I know some basic html/css). Any help will be much appreciated.
In any case, I was asked by a friend to help him figure out why on the W3 Total Cache plug-in page we are getting this error message:
Page caching is not available: advanced-cache.php is not installed. Either the /homepages/46/d173366361/htdocs/NYCPPNEWS/wp-content directory is not write-able or you have another caching plugin installed. This error message will automatically disappear once the change is successfully made.
How can I make the /homepages/46/d173366361/htdocs/NYCPPNEWS/wp-content directory write-able?
Or if the problem is that I have another caching plugin installed, which one is it? Here is a list of the plugins that are installed:
All in One SEO Pack
Broken Link Checker
Disqus Comment System
Google Analytics Dashboard
Google Analytics for WordPress
Google XML Sitemaps
Podcasting Plugin by TSG
SEO Friendly Images
W3 Total Cache
WordPress Database Backup
Are one of these conflicting with W3 Total Cache? Any idea what is happening here?
By the way, my friend also included this information if it helps:
Don’t know if this site could be causing the problem or not, but I’ve actually moved the playback of the site from 1&1 Internet (my ISP) to Cloudflare. This is an interesting concept. So far they’re doing this for free, but it’s just leaving beta so I guess they’ll start asking for cash.
As mentioned, I am new to WordPress.
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