I know this has probably been covered before, but I can’t seem to find exactly the answer I’m looking for – so I hope you’ll forgive me for asking.
What (in your opinion) is the best way to get your plugin to play nicely with W3TC?
The subject line above, W3TC tells me I can auto-install to my ~/httpdocs/.htaccess file (can &/or should I do this)?
Or should I simply copy & paste the code it provides into my BPS .htaccess file instead?
If so – whereabouts in the .htaccess file would be the best place to paste it?
Alternatively within your plugin it says;
W3 Total Cache is activated, but W3TC .htaccess code was NOT found in your root .htaccess file.
W3TC needs to be redeployed by clicking either the auto-install or deploy buttons. Click to Redeploy W3TC.
I kind of follow this scenario, but not completely – I’m just don’t want to kill my site & want to make sure I do things the right way so that when there’s an update – I don’t break anything.
Can you help me?
Thanks in advance,
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