It totally works and I use it with yoast seo. I submit the sitemap from yoast, setup the cron and everything is smooth
Keep getting the error:
A notice from plugin Warm-cache: Your configured sitemap url ( http://www.mydomainname.com/sitemap_index.xml ) is configured, but does not appear to contain an xml opening tag, or a combination of urlset or sitemap, I cannot crawl your pages. Please check your sitemap plugin to fix your currupt sitemap.
Even though site map is configured, resolution was to remove warm cache simply because author would not respond to the issue.
Disregard below. I'm an idiot. Works swimmingly. ;)
Tested this on numerous set-ups, WordPress 3.7 - 4.1. Same result each time: Sometimes it warms the cache; sometimes it doesn't.
Cron job set up correctly each time, plugin UI reporting the crawl, but haphazard caching results.
In the end, no more reliable than W3TC's "Cache Preload" function. Which isn't reliable. 2 stars.
Great plugin to keep your site cache up to date no matter what caching plugin you use. All of them are wp-cron dependent and need a trigger. Warm Cache does the job. Wanted to give you a credit and used your affiliate link but it didn't work for me. Ended up setting up cron job with my host, it was easier than I thought. Thanks !
Great pre-loader for sites with custom content types, and when the pre-load function built into the caching plugin refuses to work.
The warm cache plugin removes one manual maintenance step by automating the cache filling for me.
It integrates cleanly with a site running the Headway Base theme, a custom child theme, the W3 Total Cache plugin and the Google Sitemap plugin.
Making your site fast whether you have 10 or 10 000 dailies is simple with this plugin - just point it to your sitemap and schedule a CRON job to run as often as your cache expires.
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