Support » Plugin: WooCommerce » Hide the “?v=11aedd0e4327” in the url

  • Resolved matttayler

    (@matttayler)


    Hi there,

    I just want to know if there is a possiblity to hide the”?v=11aedd0e4327″ in the url of my website?

    Thank you all,

    Basik

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  • ttoaster

    (@ttoaster)

    Change ‘Geolocate (with page caching support)’ to ‘ Geolocate’

    This can be found in Woocommerce Settings, General, Default customer location

    Thread Starter matttayler

    (@matttayler)

    What’s the difference ? Because I’m using a caching plugin

    Thx!

    Plugin Support André woo-hc

    (@chiape)

    Hi @matttayler

    As my two cents on the @ttoaster reply, when using the Geolocate (with page caching support) WooCommerce fires a javascript redirection with an extra parameter v=xxxxx.

    This extra parameter is what makes WooCommerce and WordPress compatible with the caching plugins.

    To calculate shipping and all other taxes on the fly based on geolocation and with a caching plugin installed, you’ll need to use that option!

    We don’t recommend disabling a caching plugin, since it may affect your store performance.

    All the best!

    I have always been told that you shouldn’t cache the Cart or Checkout page, so they should be excluded from any caching plugin or CDN.

    Plugin Support Igor H woo-hc

    (@ihereira)

    Hello,

    Yes, this is recommended. For the most part, caching plugins will exclude these pages.

    You can learn more from this documentation below:
    https://woocommerce.com/document/configuring-caching-plugins/#excluding-pages-from-the-cache

    Thank you.

    Thread Starter matttayler

    (@matttayler)

    Okay! Thank you all for your help. So I did well, there is nothing I can do to still use my cache plugin AND the geolocalisation of woocommerce?

    Have a good day!

    (And I think my cache plugin is already excluding the cart and checkout, I’ll check)

    hi matt did you find a solution cause i learned today that the WooCommerce string is seen as a 307 redirect and never with the same values which is extremely bad for seo. I can’t fathom that the company behind WooCommerce creates such a half solution no good for anyone

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