Thank you for doing a great job getting this plugin up and running.
However, it seems like the bug with new version hasn’t been fixed yet – even though we are several versions further than this post (http://www.satollo.net/hyper-cache-2-6-6-and-wordpress-3-0).
I’ve got the latest and greatest version of WP and Hyper Cache on my brand new WP blog.
I did visit and browse the site with IE private browsing and Chrome Inkognito. No signature (browsed the same 10 pages a lot of times).
So the Cleaning process seems to be working just fine (updating the “next clean stamp”).
I’ve changed the chmod of the cache (and hyper cache subdir) to 777. I only get 1 file in my cache folder: “_archives.dat”. The file is empty and I don’t know when the file is generated, but it seems to change the file last modified date on a regular basis.
I’ve tried to deactive the plugin and reactivate. Tried to deactive, delete, install and activate. Tried to deactive, delete manually, manually delete cache folder, install and activate. All with standard settings.
I did try to disable the “Disk space usage” setting at first use – but it seemed to be buggy to just save that setting (it kept checked/active).
WordPress version: 3.2.1
Hyper Cache: 2.8.5
I’ve got a custom theme – so maybe I need to include some WP-stuff I don’t know about? Do you require more than wp header and wp footer?
I’ve been using other cache plugins before, but I read a good benchmark of your plugin putting Hyper Cache in front of all the others competitors, so I would really like to try it out and maybe use it for all my blogs in the future. (Donations are of course given to my favorite plugins)
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