Support » Plugin: WP Super Cache » [Plugin: WP Super Cache] Fragment caching (mfunc) with mod_rewrite

  • chadrew


    WP Super Cache readme states that you can’t use mod_rewrite when using fragment caching (keeping certain parts of the page dynamic with mfunc/mclude) – you have to switch to either PHP or legacy mode. Interestingly enough, I used mfunc with mod_rewrite mode and everything seems to be working correctly.

    Is there any difference? I mean, does WPSC simply revert to PHP for all files, or is it actually smart enough to serve files without dynamic parts using mod_rewrite, and files which have mfunc in them using PHP – if that’s even possible?

    Everything seems to be working fine either way so I’m just asking out of curiosity, hope you don’t mind.

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  • Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh


    The development version can use supercached files with dynamic content (and has to use PHP caching) but your site is using the old wp-cache way of serving cached files. Your site isn’t using mod_rewrite to serve those files. PHP Has to run to execute that dynamic code.

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