I have a site at http://www.nerdwallet.com with its own non-WP site files. Within the site I maintain a WP blog at the subdirectory /blog/.
I installed Super Cache and everything is working perfectly fine, the only problem is that it is also caching files outside of the /blog/ subdirectory. So not only is it caching all of my blog files, it is caching my standard site files as well, which I don't want (for example, http://www.nerdwallet.com/index.php).
I've checked .htaccess, and the Super Cache changes were only applied to the file within /blog/, plus the .htaccess file contains multiple references to /blog/ (i.e. it appears to be configured to only rewrite within /blog/).
I tried using the "string ignore", but there are too many files to do it manually, and more are being created all the time. Is there perhaps a way to tell it to ignore all strings EXCEPT "/blog/" ? Maybe a way to use regex instead of standard positive match strings?
Are there any other settings I could look into to ensure that Super Cache stays contained within /blog/?