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[Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Help

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  • The .htaccess in which folder?


    try this

    first of all, disable w3 total cache. then log into your host and edit .htaccess file and remove all W3TC data within.

    # BEGIN W3 Total Cache

    # END W3 Total Cache

    don’t remove other data. remove only W3TC data.
    then save and go to wp-content folder and remove w3tc folder, advanced-cache.php, object-cache.php, w3-total-cache-config-preview.php, w3-total-cache-config.php, db.php files.
    after all complete, reactivate w3 total cache plugin and configure again
    hope this helps you.

    your root folder – /public_html/

    The .htaccess file didn’t contain that info. I already removed the plugin but my wesbite is still messed up. The folder w3tc doesn’t exist either in the wp-content.

    I think the cdn part messed my website up?

    Actually once I reactivated it I saw the files and did as you suggested but it still doesn’t work. The cdn or the importint attachments to te library really messed things up.

    If you remove the plugin, that folder will automatically remove. Can you paste your .htaccess file here. if you want to remove the w3 total cache plugin completely, also you have to remove some code from wp-config.php

    remove the following line in wp-config.php file

    /** Enable W3 Total Cache */
    define('WP_CACHE', true); // Added by W3 Total Cache
    Plugin Author Frederick Townes


    Which options did you enable? At what stage did things go wrong?

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