Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » [Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Setting TTL of a specific page

  • Resolved kyrra

    (@kyrra)


    I have a page that reads from a file and displays it in the content section of my WordPress theme. The file currently only updates every 5 minutes. W3TC caches this page which is good, but I want the page to be marked as stale/old after 5 minutes and was hoping there was a way I could get the TTL on an individual page. Any ideas?

    For now I’ve used the “don’t cache this page” function and it works just fine, I’m just looking for a way to cache a single page for only 5 minutes.

    The fallback I have right now is to get my xcache variable TTL to 5 minutes and that’ll at least work around it.

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  • Plugin Author Frederick Townes

    (@fredericktownes)

    No there isn’t, you would have to change the expires value for HTML on the browser cache settings tab in order to reduce the TTL of cached pages.

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