Are there any issues that would arise from using w3 total cache on a site that has disabled the wp-cron and is running it manually as outlined here?
Thanks in advance.
There shouldn't be since all this fix does is replace the cron start from a user action (visit) on your website with a server scheduled nudge. But as always backup your website if you are unsure...
Thanks for the feedback.
I used a plugin to see what is running in the wp-cron and w3 total cache had several items set to run on every page refresh.
I was just curious what if any effects those being run less often would have on the caching.
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