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[Plugin: Quick Cache ( A WP Super Cache Alternative )] Best expiration time and pruning

  • nemoprofeta
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    @nemoprofeta

    I’d like to find the best configuration for quick cache.
    I update my site 2 to 4 times a week, thus not very frequently.
    So, I set the expiration time to 1 week and pruning to “single + front page”.
    This way, every time I publish a new post or change it, both that post AND the home page should be invalidated.
    I still have some questions, however:
    if I change some widget, for example in the sidebar, will it be shown after one week or will the home page be served fresh?
    When a user adds a comment, is the related post invalidated?
    And what about other changes such as theme changes?

    Depending on the answers to the above question I was wondering why should I keep the expiration time low, while I could set it to a very high value and always have the posts and the homepage correctly updated.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/quick-cache/

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