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W3 Total Cache affects another subdomain (3 posts)

  1. altatt
    Posted 2 years ago #


    W3 Total Cache is a great plugin. I have WordPress installation on my home directory. I've installed the plugin and everything seems to work well on the site. The problem is that I have a Prestashop installation on my home directory too, accessed using a subdomain, and when I activate W3 Total Cache plugin, Prestashop's back-office pages aren't refreshed. Is there any solution?

    Here I detail an example of the structure:

         .htaccess (generated by W3 Total Cache)
         /site (wordpress installation)
         /shop (prestashop installation)

    http://www.mydomain.com -> wordpress site
    shop.mydomain.com -> prestashop site


  2. samjolley
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I also have a subdomain that's displaying all crazy after installing w3 total cache on my main site.

    creativestitchesworkroom.com (creativestitchesworkroom.samjolley.com).

    How do we exclude entire subdomains from being cached?

  3. Snackmaster
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Same issue here - how to exclude a Subdomain folder?

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