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Are you changing the way that you cache?

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2:32 pm
April 29, 2013


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Before the whole debacle with caching programs I was using SuperCache. But I was reading somewhere that they may not have fixed the problem, but rather put a bandage on it. This may just be rumor and I can't find the forums to support the claim.

But my question is, are you changing the way that you cache your WP site?

I'm also thinking of creating a new site with a lot of static pages and was looking for a caching program that allows you to differentiate the caching time of static pages versus more updated pages like a blog post. Thanks.

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5:40 pm
April 29, 2013


Edward Antrobus

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For for my food blog, I wound up going back to CloudFlare. They take care of caching and minification for me.

As far as different cache length for static pages, I suppose you could always manually edit your .htaccess file to crate a cache length for pages with your static page's permalink structure.

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10:15 am
May 2, 2013


Eric – PersonalProfitability.com

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I still use SuperCache. It has always been fine for me. I've had problems with others. I have QuickCache on one site due to a compatibility issue with an important plugin.

3:41 pm
May 28, 2013


Anton Ivanov

San Diego, CA

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I use W3 Total Cache. After spending a couple of hours figuring out how to configure it I haven't had any problems. I know it has a ton of advanced settings for specifying exactly which types of pages are cached, for how long, for whom, etc.

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