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[Resolved] [Plugin: WP Super Cache] Bug: Disabling mod_rewrite mode leaves .htaccess rules

  • If you have mod_rewrite selected and caching enabled, and you then change mode or turn caching off the .htaccess rules aren’t removed.

    This means the caching is still enabled despite the plugin telling the user that it is not.

    This behaviour is non-intuitive.

    Deleting the rules when un-selecting caching/mod_rewrite would make sense.

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  • Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    The plugin used to delete mod_rewrite rules but it would delete the WordPress rules as well if the owner of the site included the WordPress rules inside the SuperCache tags. That’s why it doesn’t do that now!

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