I am NOT very conversant with this plugin & certainly NOT a coder.
I am using quite a number of plugins on a Buddypress-based community site on a shared server.
Using super cache, together with jsDelivr – WordPress CDN Plugin has helped speed it up, but there is something causing me some headache of late. I am pulling some page info from a php-based feed from giveawayoftheday.com, where we have a different type of free software offered everyday & if you have to download it, it must be done within shown period of 24 hours.
Unfortunately, it seems because of caching, this information is not updated on time & you have software for a day or 2 or even more before being shown & by this time, it is long expired & cannot be downloaded free. This gives people who have bookmarked or come to this page to think it is a hoax as only the paid software is available.
I think if the 2 pages, one a post, one a normal page could be exempted from caching, this could be avoided, but how do I do it? Or is there a way they can be cached BUT allow the pages to update in good time?
I do not want all posts or pages affected.
I would appreciate a response & hopefully with instructions as I am not a coder.
Thank you in advance.
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