I just found a bug when installing WP Super Cache in a subdirectory of my domain. When choosing mod_rewrite for caching, the plugin writes to .htaccess in my subdirectory, which is ok, I get a message to copy the provided .htaccess content to my root .htaccess, BUT, in there is a comment without the comment tag “#”, which makes my WP installations admin go nuts.
On line 62 it read something like:
Rules must be added to /home/myusr/domains/mydomain.com/mysubdir/wp-content/cache/.htaccess too:
…but should probably read
# Rules must be added to /home/myusr/domains/mydomain.com/mysubdir/wp-content/cache/.htaccess too:
All the best and thanks Donncha for a great plugin!
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