I’ve been using Quick Cache with great success for a while now (I’m also a Pro license holder), but recently noted that neither posts nor pages are being cached as expected due to the following comment shown in the page source:
Quick Cache is NOT caching this page, because
$_GETcontains query string data. The current configuration says NOT to cache GET requests with a query string.
Of course, there’s no GET parameters on any of these pages. To test, I inserted print_r($_GET) in my template footer, and found it just contains the permalink URL. On my FAQ page, for example, it prints the following:
Array ( [/faq/] => )
Changing the “Caching Enabled for GET (Query String) Requests?” from “No…” to “Yes…” does result in the pages being cached, but I’d rather not have to do that because I am using GET parameters in some posts in my theme.
Any ideas on what would cause this? I’m running Version 140605 on WP 3.9.1.
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