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mod rewrite rules making admin section inoperable (404)

  • Installed latest version of wp-super-cache on my 3.1.2 wordpress, tried to configure the highest level of caching which is the mod rewrite method of redirects to static html pages. Here is the problem:

    I got it working great, serving the static compressed pages. yeh! But – it ONLY works when the wp-super-cache rewrite rules are ABOVE the wordpress permalink rewrite rules. When I simply click the “Update rewrite rules” button inside the plugin settings in wordpress, it writes the rules BELOW the permalink rules, and the no cached pages are served.

    So then I go into .htaccess and put the wp-super-cache rules ABOVE the permalink rules and

    The whole admin section is rendered either invisible, or it can’t find itself, and all admin pages give out a 404.

    Any help would be appreciated. The PHP caching is helping a lot, but my client is getting some national radio shows, and we’re going to need the best caching poss.
    thanks
    James/Boulder

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  • Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    The Supercache rules are supposed to be above the WordPress rules. I’m not sure why the admin area doesn’t work however. Perhaps it’s some other modification to the .htaccess file you’ve made?

    This is slightly different, but any ideas why when I save and update a page or post it isn’t displaying properly when I refresh. Often it is showing the old content.

    I have WP Super Cache.

    It seems to update for me when I log out of WordPress.

    Any ideas.

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    Aaron – I don’t know why, but if you disable caching for known users on the Advanced settings page those pages won’t be cached for you (as a logged in user) and you won’t see this problem.

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