Smarter navigation solves the problem i have been having with navigation of single.php pages with links generated from the jQuery Isotope filter. However i cannot get it to work with WP super cache or W3 Total cache. Do you have any suggestions?
To make this work, you’d have to modify the Smarter Navigation plugin to use AJAX for generating the links, as hinted in the WP Super Cache FAQ (the “How do I make certain parts of the page stay dynamic?” question).
I am not sure if that can be done, while still maintaining the performance that WP Super Cache brings in the first place. Full-page caching (the same output for all users) is fundamentally at odds with personalization (different output for each user).
The next-best solution would be to use object-caching, provided by W3 Total Cache, Memcached Object Cache etc.
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