Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » How to remove " ?repeat=w3tc " from query string

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  • wpboys

    (@wpboys)

    After going through the code details, here is what i found.
    If W3 Total Cache plugin is being used in a multisite, repeat=”w3tc” will be added to the site url while moving from one blog to other, to avoid redirect loop.

    illbehonest

    (@illbehonest)

    wpboys,
    Thanks for making this post, I’ve also been having the same issue. So this is a new feature to prevent the redirect loop and there is nothing we can do to remove that text from URL?

    Thanks,
    James

    Mario

    (@ejamo)

    I have the same issue… any solution?

    I’m having the same problem and can’t find a solution. Anyone?

    There has been no solution that I’ve been able to find thus far.

    could it give SEO issues? it has no sense…

    this has been wrongly marked as “resolved”

    Having the same issue – my main concern is SEO…

    Can someone find a solution?

    Also interested in removing this from my URLs. Not sure such a end-user facing solution to an issue is a good idea.

    please remove “resolved” – it’s a big trouble!

    It is getting indexed by Google.

    Why does it still say resolved? Is there a solution?

    This seems to be pretty critical, because as salty-sailor indicated, it’s getting indexed by Google. I’ve had to downgrade to an older version, which is causing CDN problems on my new multisite (we just converted).

    Same issue here, is there any critical update planned to resolve it ? since it’s indexed by google, it should be taged as CRITICAL issue

    I have the same issue. Is it a WP version or plugin version issue. Would upgrading my WP or plugin version help?

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