Support » Plugin: WP Cloudflare Super Page Cache » How to disable a specific page?

  • Resolved goudev

    (@goudev)


    I have a registration page that is giving a jquery error, it only works again when I clear the cache, but after a few hours the error returns, so I would like to disable the cache.

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  • in the cache tab go to the section Prevent the following URIs to be cached e add the url

    Plugin Contributor Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    Thank you @laserstore for answering. Yes you can prevent certain URLs from caching by going to the Plugin Settings > Cache Tab > Prevent the following URIs to be cached

    Screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/808sFtG.png

    @isaumya I thank you for the plugin. What an impressive job you have done!
    A suggestion would be to have a counter or something similar to the preload to know the progress of loading the pages in cache. Thanks a lot Saumya!

    Plugin Contributor Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    A suggestion would be to have a counter or something similar to the preload to know the progress of loading the pages in cache.

    Can you elaborate further on this with some hypothetical example use cases?

    @isaumya Hi there!
    it could be a percentage bar for example showing how many pages or percentage has already been pre-loaded. Plugins like WP-Rocket and WP-Optimize show in the preload how many pages have already been visited and we can have a better idea since without this information we have no way of knowing if the preload has finished the job.
    Thanks a lot!

    Plugin Contributor Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    Hi @laserstore,
    it is impossible to do that in our case as to give the best possible performance we use async cURL which basically does all the preloading asynchronously without slowing the site or response. So, behind the scene, the system simply takes a batch from the pool and process that asynchronously and then go to the next batch.

    So, due to the nature of asynchronous tasks, it’s impossible to predict the time. But it is created in a way so you start it and forget about it, go back to doing your other tasks. It will take care of it on its own. You don’t need to wait for it.

    @isaumya thank you for you explanation! And again, congratulations for the great work!

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