Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » Recent CloudFlare update – has W3TC plugin updated it inself?

  • Resolved Fritex

    (@fritex)


    Hello,

    Recently this week I have few websites using only WordPress CloudFlare plugin, while others are using W3 Total Cache with it’s built-in CloudFlare.

    This week I have updated 2-3 times the Websites using only the WordPress CloudFlare plugin, so my concern is is the W3 Total cache plugin updated it’s code to comply with the newer version of the “standalone” WordPress CloudFlare plugin?

    I wounder if the W3 Total Cache plugin is this recently updated regarding that?
    In case if that “new stuff” from CloudFlare affects the W3 Total Cache either?

    Official CloudFlare WordPress plugin:
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/cloudflare/

    More on the link:
    https://blog.cloudflare.com/automatic-platform-optimizations-starting-with-wordpress/

    Thank you for feedback!

    • This topic was modified 7 months, 1 week ago by Fritex. Reason: In case if that "new stuff" from CloudFlare affects the W3 Total Cache either?

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  • Is somebody going to answer this? It’s kind of important to anybody using Cloudflare.

    Hi, I would also like to request an update on this.

    Plugin Support Marko Vasiljevic

    (@vmarko)

    Hello @gnuworld

    Thank you guys for your inquiry and I am happy to answer this.
    The usage of the Standalone Cloudflare plugin and the new Cloudflare feature does not have any impact on Cloudflare working together with W3 Total Cache.
    These are two different types of caching and there is no conflict here.
    I’ve tested the behavior and Have not encountered any issues so far.
    However, please let us know if you find any issues using the APO feature and W3 Total Cache.
    Thanks!

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