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  • Plugin Author Julio Potier



    You’re the 2nd or 3rd person to tell me that, i’ll have to really look deeper and add an option like “Use AJAX to force count refresh because i use a f***g cache plugin” 😉

    See you soon

    Plugin Author Julio Potier


    Ajax option under dev 😉



    Great to hear news!



    Just what i need ! An ajax option !
    I iwll install your plugin if you can use it with Total Cache ! ^^

    I’ll be waiting, thanks.

    Just what i need ! An ajax option ! plz do hurry…

    Hi Julio,

    Eventually you can also use either the “dynamic-cached-content”, “mfunc”, or “mclude” tags that are used to bypass cache systems.
    If you include in these tags the functions you want to stay dynamic they’ll normally stay active at every page load.

    For WP Super Cache you can find more information in their FAQ “How do I make certain parts of the page stay dynamic?” here:

    For W3 Total Cache I found nothing on their FAQ but something useful in this tutorial that explains how to create a view counter similar to your own, and compatible with W3 cache plugin; it uses the “mclude” tags with the feature called “Fragmented caching” (just search for “Fragmented caching” in the page to find where):

    Maybe you’re already aware of that, I hope this can help. I currently use your plugin with WP Super Cache (more precisely I’m trying to).

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