Support » Plugin: Redis Object Cache » Redis Object cache and X/Pro Themes by Themeco

  • Resolved Fabio Fava

    (@fabiofava)


    Hey there, thank you for this great plugin. I use since a long time the X and Pro themes from Themeco. They use the Cornerstone Page Builder (X Theme), that is integrated into Pro Theme as well as Header & Footer Builders.

    Happens that, when I have to work whit those builders, Redis avoids things to be updated, and I have to be cleaning it every time I save on the builder. I use to disable Redis to work, but these builders are pratty server-heavy.

    If I could find a way to instruct Redis to not cache the objects of these builders then I could benefit from Redis for the Backend, leaving the Builders out. I hope you can point some directions, I really believe Redis and love it.

    Even wrote an article about implementing Redis on WordPress when hosting at Cloudways:

    https://www.cloudways.com/blog/install-redis-cache-wordpress/

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    That’s amazing, thanks for the shoutout in the article.

    I’d check if your theme/builders are using a cache group and if so add it to the “ignored groups” list.

    However, you shouldn’t have to disable or flush the cache to work on things, that usually a sign of something (your theme/builder) not using WordPress’ object cache correctly.

    Fabio Fava

    (@fabiofava)

    Hey Till, thank you so much!

    I can provide both you the Themes so you can take a look on the code as needed, just PV me. Thank you, cheers!

    • This reply was modified 4 weeks ago by Fabio Fava.
    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    You can search for all object cache calls by looking for wp_cache_*() functions. The last parameter is usually the cache group, such as themes or woocommerce.

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