Support » Plugins » [Plugin: WP Super Cache] how to put a function of another plugin?

  • i installed WP Super Cache

    everything is fine except for something

    i got a dinamic plugin that updates everytime the page loads, so i was reading

    and i think is this?

    mfunc example
    To execute the function "function_name()":
    <!--mfunc function_name( 'parameter', 'another_parameter' ) -->
    <?php function_name( 'parameter', 'another_parameter' ) ?>

    and the specific plugin is called seo search terms

    on the help they told me to put this function manually….

    <?php if(function_exists('stt_terms_list')) echo stt_terms_list() ;?>

    now how do i put that on that example

    and where on the index do i put it….

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  • Why don’t WP UserOnline, Popularity Contest, WP Postratings or plugin X not work or update on my blog now?

    This plugin caches entire pages but some plugins think they can run PHP code every time a page loads. To fix this, the plugin needs to use Javascript/AJAX methods or the dynamic-cached-content/mfunc/mclude code described in the previous answer to update or display dynamic information.

    which method is the best?

    javascript or dynamic-cached-content/mfunc/mclude ???

    There’s no best method. Each has advantages and disadvantages.

    Use the “dynamic-cached-content” tag to run that chunk of code you’ve got. There’s an example on the faq page but don’t forget the late init thing or the function won’t be loaded.

    If I were you I’d try to avoid running anything dynamically but you have to weigh up whether it’s worth it or not.

    i dont understand

    i change the plugin to w3 total cache

    but still same problem

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