First off; WP 2.8.4 / WSC 0.9.6.1 / Dedicated Server
I’ve suddenly got the need to cache pages on my WP blog, as my traffic has jumped 500%, and with no caching server load is a constant ~5. This morning I did the upgrade to 2.8.4, and installed wp-super-cache.
I use a traffic trading script on my site which requires I embed a php statement to count incoming hits on all pages. Historically I’ve done this in *.com/index.php with no problem. After enabling WSC I found it isn’t counting all incoming hits, only *some*.
Here’s the settings i picked, and why;
Only cache posts (is_single) – 95% of my site are posts
Exclude “index\.php” & “index” – This is where my php call is
Caching is 1/2 on – I don’t use fancy permalinks, and want the php engine to be called
If I view the source of my homepage (or a PAGE), I see the php snippet I included, but if i visit a POST, I see nothing. Should it not be the case that index.php is untouched by WSC? And the code carries through to all pages and posts?
Thanks in advance,
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