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  • Is anyone else super irritated by WordPress’ caching? Every time I upload or make a chance I have to empty the cache. It wasn’t doing this on any website I’ve worked on before. Is there some sort of but with 2.8 or something that makes this the biggest pain in the ass for developers or what?

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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

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    If it bothers you, turn off the caching in your web browser. It’s not a WordPress thing. It’s a browser thing.

    Thanks for the suggestion. But I’m certain it’s WordPress’ caching. The issue occurred on multiple computers from multiple IPs, so I had to install a third party cache plugin to prevent WordPress from caching the entire thing.

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