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Your theme is probably responsive which means it resizes the page to suit whatever device is displaying the page. If it's not responsive, you'll have to use a separate mobile plugin to render a page formatted for those visitors. The following plugins have been tested but YMMV depending on mobile client. You'll have to enable mobile browser support as well on the Advanced settings page.
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Your theme is probably responsive which means it resizes the page to suit whatever device is displaying the page. If it's not responsive, you'll have to use a separate mobile plugin to render a page formatted for those visitors. The following plugins have been tested but YMMV depending on mobile client. You'll have to enable mobile browser support as well on the Advanced settings page.
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Sometimes a category page is cached as the homepage of the site instead of the static page. I can't <a href="https://wordpress.org/support/topic/237415/page/2?replies=38">replicate the problem</a> but a simple solution is to use the "Simple" mode. You can also enable "Extra homepage checks" on the Advanced Settings page.
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Sometimes a category page is cached as the homepage of the site instead of the static page. I can't <a href="https://wordpress.org/support/topic/237415/page/2?replies=38">replicate the problem</a> but a simple solution is to use the "Simple" mode. You can also enable "Extra homepage checks" on the Advanced Settings page.
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All cache files are stored in wp-content/cache/supercache/HOSTNAME/ where HOSTNANE is your domain name. The files are stored in directories matching your site's permalink structure. Supercache files are index.html or some variant of that, depending on what type of visitor hit the blog. Other files are named wp-cache-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.php. Associated meta filesnames start with "meta". Those files contain information about the cached file. These files are generated by the "WPCache caching" engine in the plugin.
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All cache files are stored in wp-content/cache/supercache/HOSTNAME/ where HOSTNANE is your domain name. The files are stored in directories matching your site's permalink structure. Supercache files are index.html or some variant of that, depending on what type of visitor hit the blog. Other files are named wp-cache-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.php. Associated meta filesnames start with "meta". Those files contain information about the cached file. These files are generated by the "WPCache caching" engine in the plugin.
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If you only want to use the WP-Cache engine then edit your wp-config.php or create an mu-plugin that sets the constant 'DISABLE_SUPERCACHE' to 1.
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If you only want to use the WP-Cache engine then edit your wp-config.php or create an mu-plugin that sets the constant 'DISABLE_SUPERCACHE' to 1.
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WP-Cache vs Supercache files
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WP-Cache vs Supercache files
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How do I disable Supercaching?
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How do I disable Supercaching?
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There are now REST API endpoints for accessing the settings of this plugin. You'll need to be authenticated as an admin user with permission to view the settings page to use it. This has not been documented yet but you can find all the code that deals with this in the "rest" directory.
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There are now REST API endpoints for accessing the settings of this plugin. You'll need to be authenticated as an admin user with permission to view the settings page to use it. This has not been documented yet but you can find all the code that deals with this in the "rest" directory.
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Your cache directory fills up over time, which takes up space on your server. If space is limited or billed by capacity, or if you worry that the cached pages of your site will go stale then garbage collection has to be done. Garbage collection happens on a regular basis and deletes old files in the cache directory. On the advanced settings page you can specify: 1. Cache timeout. How long cache files are considered fresh for. After this time they are stale and can be deleted. 2. Scheduler. Setup how often garbage collection should be done. 3. Notification emails. You can be informed on garbage collection job progress. There's no right or wrong settings for garbage collection. It depends on your own site. If your site gets regular updates, or comments then set the timeout to 1800 seconds, and set the timer to 600 seconds. If your site is mostly static you can disable garbage collection by entering 0 as the timeout, or use a really large timeout value.
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Your cache directory fills up over time, which takes up space on your server. If space is limited or billed by capacity, or if you worry that the cached pages of your site will go stale then garbage collection has to be done. Garbage collection happens on a regular basis and deletes old files in the cache directory. On the advanced settings page you can specify: 1. Cache timeout. How long cache files are considered fresh for. After this time they are stale and can be deleted. 2. Scheduler. Setup how often garbage collection should be done. 3. Notification emails. You can be informed on garbage collection job progress. There's no right or wrong settings for garbage collection. It depends on your own site. If your site gets regular updates, or comments then set the timeout to 1800 seconds, and set the timer to 600 seconds. If your site is mostly static you can disable garbage collection by entering 0 as the timeout, or use a really large timeout value.
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You can generate cached files for the posts, categories and tags of your site by preloading. Preloading will visit each page of your site generating a cached page as it goes along, just like any other visitor to the site. Due to the sequential nature of this function, it can take some time to preload a complete site if there are many posts. To make preloading more effective it can be useful to disable garbage collection so that older cache files are not deleted. This is done by enabling "Preload Mode" in the settings. Be aware however, that pages will go out of date eventually but that updates by submitting comments or editing posts will clear portions of the cache.
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You can generate cached files for the posts, categories and tags of your site by preloading. Preloading will visit each page of your site generating a cached page as it goes along, just like any other visitor to the site. Due to the sequential nature of this function, it can take some time to preload a complete site if there are many posts. To make preloading more effective it can be useful to disable garbage collection so that older cache files are not deleted. This is done by enabling "Preload Mode" in the settings. Be aware however, that pages will go out of date eventually but that updates by submitting comments or editing posts will clear portions of the cache.
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Consider deleting the contents of the "Rejected User Agents" text box and allow search engines to cache files for you.
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Consider deleting the contents of the "Rejected User Agents" text box and allow search engines to cache files for you.
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Garbage collection is the act of cleaning up cache files that are out of date and stale. There's no correct value for the expiry time but a good starting point is 1800 seconds.
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Garbage collection is the act of cleaning up cache files that are out of date and stale. There's no correct value for the expiry time but a good starting point is 1800 seconds.
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If you're not comfortable with editing PHP files then use simple mode. It's easy to set up and very fast.
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If you're not comfortable with editing PHP files then use simple mode. It's easy to set up and very fast.
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99% of your visitors will be served static html files. One cached file can be served thousands of times. Other visitors will be served custom cached files tailored to their visit. If they are logged in, or have left comments those details will be displayed and cached for them.
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99% of your visitors will be served static html files. One cached file can be served thousands of times. Other visitors will be served custom cached files tailored to their visit. If they are logged in, or have left comments those details will be displayed and cached for them.
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The static html files will be served to the vast majority of your users:
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The static html files will be served to the vast majority of your users:
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