Hello, I’m trying to find a way to prevent supercache from caching a <?php random_posts(); ?> function call in my sidebar.
With hope to make the plugin cache pages that would still call the php plugin once a visitor calls them).
In this regard, I have noticed a section of the plugin’s “readme” file… However, to be frank, I am not sure I properly understood it 🙁
In http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/faq/ , in the “
How do I make certain parts of the page stay dynamic?” section, there is this introduction :
« WP Super Cache retains the dynamic loading code of WP Cache but only works in legacy caching mode. »
Does that mean we can exclude some code to be cached only in Legacy caching mode ?
If so, since I’m using mode_rewrite, would that mean it’s impossible to avoid caching the output of my <?php random_posts(); ?> call ?
Thank you very much if you can answer me, I’ll be grateful !
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