Support » Plugin: WP Fastest Cache » WordPress Address vs Site Address

  • Florian

    (@digital-noises)


    Hi Emre,

    just found out that the »htaccess« of the WordPress-Address is altered but not the Site-Address. Maybe it’s a pro Feature or yet to come.
    Usage: Different Administration Folder/URL compared to Frontend

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  • Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    can you send me the screenshot of the htaccess’s part please?

    Florian

    (@digital-noises)

    In my example I use:

    WordPress Address
    https://admin.domain.com/
    Server /srv/adminarea/.htaccess
    (this one is altered – but never used from frontend)

    Site Address
    https://www.domain.com/
    Server /srv/frontend/.htaccess

    On Server:
    .htaccess is in the physical folder of the “admin” WordPress – which is »default«

    But the frontend shows another folder’s content which has it’s own .htaccess.
    It works when I paste the contents of the .htaccess that your Plugin alters – and put it at the Site Addresses Folder – »right« location.

    It’s a common setup for PWAs that use parts of the wordpress installation for caching/globals variables etc, the plugin must find the “site addresse’s” htaccess path.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    First time I saw such installation. is there any tutorial for this setup? I want to do this.

    Florian

    (@digital-noises)

    Hi Emre,

    The »normal« information regarding this:
    https://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory

    I might be pushing it to hard because I like them in separate directories (not only one level deeper as it is explained in the link above) and on a subdomain.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    I will let you know.

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