I’m running W3TC version 0.9.2.1 on my multi-site. On the plugin page for the primary site there is a long list of version history starting with:
Take a minute to update, here’s why:
Added additional CloudFlare IP range
Fixed bug in html tidy encoding
Fixed bug with NetDNA / MaxCDN purging
Improved handling of markers in .htaccess files – easier
It is ABOVE the list of plugins, and not under W3TC. This does not appear on the plugin page of my secondary site. Anyone else seeing this? How do I get rid of it?
Also, I don’t see any option to update W3TC on the plugin page for either site, but under Network Admin there is an update option.
Unless something has changed, I thought W3TC had to be installed individually on each site, which is what I’ve always done, so I don’t want to do a network update unless that’s the new protocol. So when I’m ready to update to 9.2.3, what’s the best way to proceed?
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