Support » Plugin: WP Super Cache » Useless.

  • Doesn’t work in multisiting. I found out about this only after I installed the plugin, there is not a word about multisiting on the plugin page.
    The indicators in PageSpeed ​​Insights for the mobile version of the site after installing the plugin became lower for the main domain than they were before, although I did everything in accordance with the guidelines, setting the recommended parameters. Experimenting with the settings also resulted in no speed gain.
    Guys, in 2021 you need to change the .htaccess files manually by installing the code ?! Why doesn’t your plugin do this on its own? Anachronism.
    In general, a useless thing for me.

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  • Plugin Author Donncha Ó Caoimh

    (@donncha)

    The plugin does work on multisite installs but maybe you found an obscure bug. What code did you need to add to your .htaccess file?

    Did you enable debugging in the plugin and check that the pages you’re serving were cached?

    I removed the plugin. After I wrote a review, I went to the site and saw a “white screen” instead. I couldn’t even go to the admin area. I have never dealt with a similar problem before. I’m sure it was related to the plugin. I had to restore the site from a backup.

    Yes, I checked that cache files are created after entering the site in incognito mode and from a mobile phone.

    In a multisite installation on a subdomain, the plugin again suggested to me to edit the htaccess file, although I had already edited this file before.

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 2 days ago by oraev.
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