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  • I see a lot of references to a cache folder here in support. I can’t find an option anywhere to enable/disable caching. I don’t have a cache folder. I’d like to enable it.

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  • Bump, i’ve got the same problem, i have upgraded from 1.5.1 to 2.0.1 and i’ve got no cache folder. How can i enable it ?

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

    Support Maven

    In 2.0.x
    /wp-content/cache
    is created automatically. It is enabled by default.

    so do you mean that i have to create it manually then ?

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

    Support Maven

    olorin – have a look. It shpuld be there ?
    If not, yes you can create it but then check that WP is actually using it.

    ok that’s what i thought. As i said, i’ve upgraded from 1.5.1 to 2.0.1 and absolutely no cache folder has been created when running upgrade.php in /wp-content and there was no cache folder in the /wp-content of the 2.0.1 zip file.

    BTW i’ve got no error message when i’ve updated.

    The problem is, if i create /wp-content/cache manually, will wordpress use it ?

    is it possible that is a bug of the 2.0.1 version ?

    Would having a ‘no-cache’ statement in the header cause WP not to cache?

    Same issue here. Since upgrading to 2.0.1 i’ve had no cache folder. It just disappeared… How to re-activate cache?

    I’m having the same problem. I’m using the latest version of wordpress( 2.05 )and I’m showing no cache folder in my wp-content at all. What should i do?

    PS. I downloaded wordpress again, and copied everything to my wordpress site; now its still not showing in my wp-content. I also manually created a cache folder, but I don’t think wordpress is using it.

    Some of my plugins aren’t working either. I have custom smiley’s and Rich Hamilton’s Catagory visibility and none of them are showing in the “manage” tab. I have both of them activiated, but I can’t figure out why its not showing in the “manage tab”.

    As you might have noticed… you are posting to a thread that is months old = about a different WP version.
    The latest WP does not have any cache folder.
    Why do you need it? It is uselss and causes more trouble than good…

    90% of the plugins don’t have any “manage” gizmo. You just activate them, read the instructions, and they work.

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