I’m paying $10 via PayPal to anyone who can solve this one.
W3TC is ignoring the regular expressions that I’m using to block page caching, object caching, and database caching. I need W3TC to totally ignore these pages because it’s causing problems with my Global Translator plug-in.
Don’t Block URLs like this:
http://www.domain.com http://www.domain.com/category/stuff http://www.domain.com/1492/stuff/this-is-a-post
Block URLs like this:
http://www.domain.com/de/ http://www.domain.com/it/ http://www.domain.com/de/category/stuff http://www.domain.com/it/1492/stuff/this-is-a-post http://www.domain.com/?tag=things http://www.domain.com/category/stuff?translate=yes-please&language=it
I’ve tried a whole mess of regex codes to keep W3TC to back off of certain pages but it’s not working. I’ve set up an example at http://sandbox.mrbluesummers.com where I have only W3TC, Global Translator Pro, and XML Sitemaps running. This is WordPress 3.0.1.
I can tell the plug-in is still active both on the pre-translated pages (the query string URL) and the post-translated pages (the “language directory”) based on the comments at the end of the HTML that W3TC inserts.
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