I installed W3 Total Cache last night on my site and followed the Godaddy support suggestions for settings. This morning I get these 3 messages on the W3 general settings page
“It appears Page Cache URL rewriting is not working. If using apache, verify that the server configuration allows .htaccess or if using nginx verify all configuration files are included in the configuration.”
“Preview mode is active: Changed settings will not take effect until preview mode is or . any changed settings (without deploying), or make additional changes.”
“/home/content/38/10170538/html/wp-content is write-able. When finished installing the plugin, change the permissions back to the default: chmod 755 /home/content/38/10170538/html/wp-content.”
And my home page and members area are all messed up. The home page slider looks partially loaded as you can see here:
Is there anything I need to do before just uninstalling the plugin?
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