Support » Plugins » [Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Don’t cache specific pages not working

  • how do i exclude certain pages from being cached? i’m using TDO Mini Forms and i’m having problems with submissions which is due to caching.

    I added the name of the page – ‘events’ in this case to the ‘Never cache the following pages:’. But i’m not sure if my syntax is correct. all i wrote on a separate line is ‘events’. i tried events\.php but at the bottom of the source code it still says <!– Served from: @ 2009-11-29 10:21:50 by W3 Total Cache –>

    thanks in advance

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  • If your form is on the page /events/ try entering it that way and let me know. If it still fails try to see if TDO sets any cookies and if it does, use the rejected cookie box to list those to prevent caching (excluding the page in that case won’t be necessary).

    i did manage to get it working with ‘/events’ since that is how my permalink structure is set up. Weird thing is that it still says it is being served by w3tc in the source code. But tdomf works. i’ll keep testing and will look into the tdomf cookie availability.


    All pages still go through the W3TC engine even if not cached, so this behavior is expected.

    @fredericktownes: Is there a way of having certain parts of my blogs uncached? For example I’m thinking of adding a feature that shows ads to search engine traffic only and that feature uses php code.

    Is there a way of having other parts of my blog cached EXCEPT for that little piece of PHP code?

    Thanks 😉

    Fragment caching isn’t supported yet, but plugins like WSA do work.

    I’ll give the WSA plug-in a try and get back @ you. Thanks

    No problem.

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