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[Plugin: W3 Total Cache] How to avoid part of the code to be cached?

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  • That would indeed be an awesome function, I have troubles as well with plugins that don’t recognize the caching W3 cache plugin. Guessing this might be hard to accomplish though.. hoping for answers… 🙂

    I think you don’t need this if you disable the page cache (overall cache) and just enable the DB cache + object cache. Having used HyperCache that had such a feature, I realized it was not very effective from a maintenance perspective over time. Just write your code as you would write it, don’t tailor it for a caching plugin! W3TC is already fairly savvy for advanced websites with its DB + Object cache.

    Just to add, if you really want something not to be cached, then include it in your page as a JavaScript include. THis was your entire page can be cached and almost-static, but only the “gd star rating” bit will come from a javascript and therefore be ‘live’.

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes

    @fredericktownes

    That’s called fragment caching, but currently it doesn’t support WP hooks and will in a upcoming release. Details are in the plugins FAQ.

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