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  • Resolved ofmarconi

    (@ofmarconi)


    Hi!

    A question, with your plugin, I’m not even using cache plugins anymore.

    On several sites I don’t even need to use them anymore, they’re flying.

    Now it’s time to enable on larger sites with Woo and LMS (LearnDash)

    For buyers or logged-in students, isn’t it possible to use some of the power of CloudFlare?

    Here comes my question: Since I can’t use 100% of this plugin for these users, do I need to install a Cache plugin to help the performance of these logged in users?

    Cache plugins improve performance for logged in users? Students or Buyers … Not administrators or editors ….

    Hug!

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  • Plugin Contributor Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    Hi @ofmarconi,
    The plugin will bypass cache for any loggedin users (regardless of their role). The reason behind it is that once a user is logged in, the content might change like for example certain contents only logged in users can see. Providing caching contents to logged-in users means that the content won’t change, dynamic functions won’t work after they log in.
    I don’t think any cache plugin will provide cache contents when a user is logged in. Everyone will bypass the cache for logged in users for the same reason mentioned above.

    Thread Starter ofmarconi

    (@ofmarconi)

    Ahhh that’s what I suspected!

    Thanks, it seems that the only one that does this is the “litespeed cache” that generates “Holes” where the content is dynamic.

    • This reply was modified 4 months, 2 weeks ago by ofmarconi.
    Plugin Contributor Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    Hi @ofmarconi,
    But then again, it is not something I would recommend due to the reason stated above.

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