I wonder if anyone can help. WP Super Cache is proving to be a bit of a life saver and I’m seriously impressed with how easy it is to get up and running compared with other caching plugins I’ve tried. It just works. Full stop.
However, the site I’m currently building has multiple adverts on each page that ideally need to be randomised (the adverts are custom post types in WordPress and served up using a custom WP loop). And, of course page caching doesn’t allow this. I was hoping there would be a way to automatically force the cache to refresh every x minutes so that we’d get the best of both worlds: caching to aid performance and ads that rotate every few minutes.
I can’t seem to find a way to do this. if I change the “expiry time” setting under “Expiry time and garbage collection” it makes no difference – the cached file is still being served up until I manually clear the cache. Performance is amazing though! 😉
Am I missing something, or is what I’m asking simply beyond the remit of the plugin? Is there something else I can do to enable this type of randomisation of adverts, while also allowing page caching to take place?
Any help or advice will be seriously appreciated.
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