WP Super Cache

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by BufferOver, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. BufferOver

    BufferOver Power Member

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    This plug-in it's a must but one of the most pain in the ass to configure.

    I almost did everything in the readme file and the plug in seem to work properly but after i install it on all post link i got 404 pages.

    example: myblog.c0m /hello-world/ i get 404 page before i install the plug in everything was loading great.
     
  2. dichotom

    dichotom Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can just delete the plugin and everything will go back to normal, you're best bet for support on that plug-in is going to be on the plug-in homepage though.
     
  3. sidddd

    sidddd Power Member

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    Checked your htaccess as well? Isn't that tough to config tho.. maybe I can help you with this.
     
  4. BufferOver

    BufferOver Power Member

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    Yes but this plug it's a must
     
  5. BufferOver

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    Yes the plugin it self rewrites the htaccess but don't understand most of the lines
     
  6. sidddd

    sidddd Power Member

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    Did u recently transfer to other host?
     
  7. BufferOver

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    btw problem solved made some changes in the .htaccess file ;)
     
  8. BufferOver

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    No it was a new blog installation but everything is ok now i just copy the example .htaccess from the plugin page at wordpress plugins. No error in the plugin setings and the perm. work fine.
     
  9. Dzixond

    Dzixond Newbie

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    Does 404 pop up when "half on" mode is turned on or it happens independently on turned on option ?
     
  10. BufferOver

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    Maybe but i guess it's one of the most supported cms software out there. I also plan to try other cms in future
     
  11. BufferOver

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    I got this message with ON mode but i solve the problem after i copy the example .htaccess from the plugin page.
     
  12. Danzig

    Danzig Registered Member

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    Have tried both Wp super cache and Wp cache, which are the best if u get them to work (which i cant).

    Are there any other good? that works regardless of your host?

    its almost a must to have a cache plugin as they really speed up the page loading time
     
  13. xpressioniz

    xpressioniz Junior Member

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    If your hosting support gzip compression, you should use wp-super cache as it compresses pages so it loads faster than uncompressed pages. I think this is the best bet you can count to cache pages for WP.
     
  14. surferket

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    I took off Super Cache because everytime I make some changes to my blog I have to delete the old cache to see the changes reflected. Too much hassle.
     
  15. nilamoromete

    nilamoromete Newbie

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    I quit using wp super cache I found a beter one instead of.

    really static http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/really-static/