Support » Plugin: bodi0`s Easy cache » Re-write htaccess?

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  • Plugin Author Budiony Damyanov


    Hello, ramonjosegn,
    I feel your pain, really, the main reason to decide to develop a caching plugin is because of my personal experience with such plugins, which just does not do what they suppose to do.
    Currently rewriting of .htaccess file is not necessary, the plugin does not use the technique other caching plugins use, it works at very last stage of page generation. Rewriting rules of .htaccess file are primarily used to deal with permalinks structure in WordPress (and sometimes for pointing to the cached resource files – CSSs or JavaScripts – and this is the reason websites to break honestly, if not done properly). However the Easy cache plugin does not minify external resources, like CSS or Javascript, it only save and minify the generated page/post/link/etc… as regular optimized HTML file (with all links inside to resources untouched, no combining whatsoever).

    I plan to extend the plugin, so the next version 0.2 will include CSS minification and combining, although I`ll try develop it in such way, that not to require .htaccess file modification, because in general this is something which should be avoided by plugins, in my opinion, unless is absolutely necessary.

    Thanks for support, I like me see a screenshot and some website using the plugin thanks

    Plugin Author Budiony Damyanov


    Screenshots have been uploaded. Here are the couple of URLs of websites, using the Easy cache plugin:

    Thanks for support

    I like me testing, but I waiting no have problems with the plugin

    Another question

    In my website I am using a lot of maps with Ikimap and Google Maps

    I like me know it is posible some aditional cache for this maps


    Plugin Author Budiony Damyanov


    Maps are cached, because in fact they are based on JavaScript code, which is injected inside your page and this very page is saved as cached file.

    The requests however, which those maps made to Google servers to pull data cannot be cached.

    OK, thanks for support, I am installed this morning, for now is running better, thanks for help and your jobs

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