June 9, 2016
Hi AWPCP team,
First to mention, I'm glad to use your free plugin for years now, flawlessly.
Thanks for this.
I wish to add a cache plugin (w3 super cache) to speed up my site.
Can I enable page cache function without causing any known maladjustment within Awpcp?
(With special regard to Prewiev button action, when users are creating or editing ads.)
Are there any function of a cache plugin that is not proposed to enable?
These are the functions:
2.Minify (HTML, JS, CSS )
5 Browser cache
Any tests or best-practice out there?
September 4, 2013
Thank you for your post and for your kind words! They are really appreciated 🙂
I am asking the developer for a definitive answer here, so I'll post here once I know more. It may be a few days more, but we will get back to you on this.
September 4, 2013
Thanks for your patience here.
I just heard back from the developer regarding the issue you reported, and here is what he said:
Caching EVERY page in AWPCP is not an ideal solution. You shouldn't cache pages like Place Ad, Edit Ad, or the Payment Thank You because these have data that if reused, will cause ads to end up completely corrupted.
Some pages can be cached just fine--like Browse Ads, Browse Categories, etc. But the pages above must be EXCLUDED from the cache appropriately (per the instructions of the cache plugin) in order for this to work.
I hope that helps.
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