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

  • Resolved 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


    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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