• cPanel dropped the ball not having a good tried and true away to clear the NGINX cache via WordPress. Many cPanel accounts primary run a wordpress site or more. Thanks for this developer stepping up and getting an in WordPress NGINX clear cache option enabled in WordPress dashboard. Would be great to get some intellegnet cache control to clear the cache for when pages/posts or products are updated. Not sure the nginx cache allows for the fine grain purging though.

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  • Plugin Author LEOPARD.host (by TNC)


    v1.3.4 now includes auto-purging for posts and pages! 🙂

    You will need to reconfigure it. On-going it will preserve config now too.



    I have 1.3.4 installed. Just to confirm @leopardhost, when my clients update a wordpress post or page, it will “Automatically” clear the NGINX cache?

    What about when adding/editing/updating WooCommerce Products? Thank you!

    Plugin Author LEOPARD.host (by TNC)


    G’day @nwdwordpress

    That’s right, post/page updates will auto-purge the NGINX User Cache.

    Woo products should do the same thing, as to my knowledge products are just a form of content/post in WP. We’ve had no reports saying otherwise. You’re welcome to test & let us know if it doesn’t do so!

    We have just pushed v1.3.5 out which makes slight improvements.


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