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  • Plugin Author Raam Dev


    Yes, Quick Cache works with WooCommerce 1.4.2+, which sets the DONOTCACHEPAGE constant on pages that shouldn’t be cached. Quick Cache supports the DONOTCACHEPAGE constant, which means that you don’t need to do anything to use Quick Cache and WooCommerce together.

    I have Quick Cache installed on a site that uses WooCommerce (2.1.5). With Quick Cache enabled and source code notes enabled, the cart and checkout pages are definitely cached, which causes problems for customers.

    I see there is code in WooCommerce to set the DONOTCACHEPAGE constant, but somehow that isn’t preventing those pages from being cached. I can work around this by using the URI exclude patterns in the Pro version, but it would be great to know that the built-in safeguards were working.

    Please let me know if I should report this to WooCommerce instead.

    Plugin Author Raam Dev


    @robert Trevellyan Thank you for the report.

    I suggest reporting this to WooCommerce because if Quick Cache is not getting disabled then that tells me the DONOTCACHEPAGE constant is not being loaded properly by WooCommerce.

    That said, you might want to try disabling other plugins and switching to the default WordPress theme to rule out conflicts with other plugins or your theme. I personally tested WooCommerce recently with Quick Cache and confirmed that it did not cache the cart and checkout pages.

    I’m having sort of the same problem. Checkout page and cart page are getting cached for some reason even after excluding them through URI.
    Sometimes it serves up the dynamic page and when i check the source code it shows that the DONOTCACHE constant is working, and sometimes (say 12 hours later) the cart page shows an empty cart and the source code shows that a cached version was delivered…
    Then i go and empty cache and it works for another 12 hours or so.
    Been trying to fix this for more than 2 weeks now…

    Could use some help…


    (Woocommerce 2.2.10, WP 3.9.3, Flatsome theme – UXTHEMES)

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