Why am I suddenly getting a trailing slash warning upon activating W3 Total Cache, and that I must use basic disk mode instead?
Seriously? I remember when the WordPress gods deemed the trailing slash dated and no longer needed and specifically coded the CMS to redirect any trailing slash permalink to a non-trailing slash. I know because I had to hack my sitemap plugin back then so it’d remove the trailing slashes and prevent redirect problems. Thanks WordPress for that grief.
But now apparently it’s needed again if I want to use this cache plugin properly. Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot.
Well, glad we got that sorted out. What’s next, I need to remove the www prefix so Google can find my site again?
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