Recently we have been reviewing caching on our site. For a while now we have been using WP Super Cache and for the most part, it has performed flawlessly why would it not, it was created by the team behind WordPress. If they don’t know how to make WordPress websites load fast then we are all in trouble. However, we have also experimented with various other plugins other the years including WP rocket, Total Cache, and Redis Object Cache, to name a few. Today we decided to publish a list of WordPress URLs that you should avoid caching unless you have a good reason to.
/wp-*(This would prevent wp-includes/admins/etc)
- Any URL with with
?preview=trueso that editors can preview
- A typical Nginx reverse proxy cache is set to ignore
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