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wp-super-cache-notice explained?

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  • jeremy6777
    Member

    @jeremy6777

    bump

    Graham Armfield
    Member

    @grahamarmfield

    I had the same problem and I think I’ve solved it. Try this:

    1. Go to WP Super Cache Settings page and choose the Advanced tab.
    2. Move down the page and find the Accepted Filenames & Rejected URIs section. After the checkboxes and accompanying save button there is a textarea (just beneath the ‘Add here strings…’ paragraph).
    3. Put your new login string into the textarea and press the ‘Save Strings’ button.
    4. Then go to the Easy tab within the Cache plugin settings, and delete the current cache – use the Delete Cache button.
    5. Doing all that should get rid of the error message. At least it did for me.

    jeremy6777
    Member

    @jeremy6777

    Hi Graham,
    forgive my ignorance, but when you suggest “Put your new login string into the textarea and press the ‘Save Strings’ button.”
    Do I just add “login” or do I put the complete url?
    “www.url.com/login/”
    cheers

    Plugin Author iseulde
    Participant

    @iseulde

    Sorry for the late reply. You should only add ‘login’ to it. I’ll try it myself again later and report back here.

    jeremy6777
    Member

    @jeremy6777

    Thanks guys, it worked a treat.
    Cheers.

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