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WP-Cache GoDaddy = NoGo

  • I had problems with this two forever, the last thing I read is that the source is GoDaddy. Can any recommend a hosting company that plays nice with WP-Cache.

    I have run all sort of troubleshooting, change to flush, nosymlink, trust me I have tried everything and it doestn’t work. It reloads to a blank page.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Thankyou.

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  • *shrug* I use synhosting.com for my personal sites.

    Cool suggestion, but kind of expensive when compared to GoDaddy or 1&1. Anyone else has a suggestion?

    The hosts listed at http://wordpress.org/hosting/ are endorsed by WordPress, and you shouldn’t have any trouble running WordPress and its plugins on any of those hosts.

    Please don’t supoprt GoDaddy for any reason. You get what you pay for, and if your domain goes into redemption… you get shafted.

    They make the majority of their profits from redemption fees and making it nearly impossible to switch to another registrar.

    I started out with godaddy because it was cheapest. Sites only been open about 2 months and im wishing i never went with them. So many problems, when we get linked on a major site our web page times out. We called them and they said “looks like a php error, sending to next level”. So we get e-mail next day saying ” Wasnt a PHP error sorry” thanks a lot!

    Now wp-cache wont work to help the site out, we are having problems with plugins, we have only 5 and it slows site down. If i could get wp cache to work would be great. I hate this godaddy so much.

    I was having the same problem as described above. I have found a solution, although I’m uncertain to the safety of the solution.

    In the wp-cache-phase1.php file, find the following line where the headers are rewritten:
    header($header);

    What I found is that adding the header Last-Modified causes GoDaddy to have issues. So I added code to ignore the header if it is Last-Modified. If you want to test if this solves your problem, simply comment out the header line and try refreshing (although in the long term ignoring all headers is probably a bad thing). I have a full explanation at my site here.

    If anyone could weigh in on my solution and let me know if there is any risk in ignoring the Last-Modified (or any other suggestions), I’d appreciate it.

    Also, I’m using WP 2.0.5 (yeah, yeah, I know) and wp-cache 2.1.1.

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