Hello. I have the following problem, with your plugin in general and with the browser cache in particular.
The issue is more or less like this:
a) The context
a.1) This is the configuration I have for the browser cache;
a.2) Here between us, out of all this “kilombo”, the only thing that (from the little I understand about it, heh:) could be causing me some “problem” is that, the configuration of…
Performance/Browser Cache/Html & XML, it looks like this;
That is to say, on the one hand I activated…
Set header expiration/Header expiration:
And I put it as a value; 1 second
And, on the other, I put….
Set Cache Control Header/Cache Control Policy:
With the value; “no cache (max age = 0; private; no store; no-cache; must-revalidate)”
That between us, I have no fucking idea what this implies, heh. () () You will tell me yes, this is causing the problem that I am going to describe to you.
a.3) On the other hand, in…
Performance/Minify/JS I have included;
Which is who commands the header and footer of my site.
And I added it in;
Before the head/No blocking using async
a.4) Finally, in…
Page Cache/Cache Preload, I have the following (*);
(*) For “obvious” reasons, before taking the screenshot, I replaced the name of my site in the sitemap, by – precisely – the word mysite, heh.
I add it to you – also – because once (when I asked you something similar) you told me that I could solve what I will describe below, with…
Performance/Purge Module/Browser Cache: Update Media Query String
Now what is the problem?
b) The problem
Every time I make a change to my pages or posts (i.e. when I edit them), the following happens:
b.1) In an incognito browser, when accessing my site from a link, it looks like this;
I mean, the header looks perfect (as it should be, heh).
b.2) But, when I send said link (for example by mail) and they click on it, it looks like this;
Obviously, if the visitor refreshes the page, the header will look good. But…
You and I know that, unless they feel it is necessary, NO visitor will do that.
Ergo, the header in question will look “horrible”.
So I ask you, what do I have to do so that this does NOT happen?
I await your comments.
From already thank you very much.
PS: I understand that it could reduce the page preload time. But you and I know that this would consume a lot of resources on my server. Ergo, I would need another type of solution, okay?
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