Support » Plugin: Cache Enabler » Number of page cached for minute

  • Resolved Pandasonic2

    (@pandasonic2)


    After various test I’ve choosen this plugin for my website cache in combination with autoptimize. It’s a very good couple of plugins!
    I preferred Cache Enabler to WP Super Cache (used for years) because this plugin keeps the page pre-loaded in html format without erasing them when an article is updated (except I decide to do in the control panel).

    I’ve only one question, how can I set the speed of pre-loading cache that is how many pages are stored for minute?

    What are the criteria according to the plugin stores the pages (date of post, date of post update etc…)

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  • Plugin Support Corey

    (@coreyk)

    That’s great! I’m happy to hear Cache Enabler has been a great solution for you. If you haven’t already leaving an honest review is always helpful and appreciated.

    Cache Enabler doesn’t currently offer a cache warming (or “pre-loading”) feature.

    A cache expiry time can be set in the Cache Enabler Settings > Cache Behavior > Expiration setting. This value allows you to define how many hours a cached page is kept. If it’s not set the page will never expire based on time. The value that is checked to see if a page has expired is the last modified date (the timestamp at which the page was cached and saved to your server). If a cached page is updated, like when a post or page is updated, the cached page will automatically be cleared.

    Thread Starter Pandasonic2

    (@pandasonic2)

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