WP Super Cache is a plugin for WordPress that creates cached copies of your blog posts and pages, making your site much faster to serve. It’s also ideal for coping with sudden surges of traffic.
I released a new version of the plugin this morning. This is a bugfix release:
- Mike Beggs contributed a number of changes:
- Better support for Win32 NTFS
- Better use of the “Vary” header so proxy servers won’t cache the wrong page. If you see leakage of comment details on posts this will fix that problem.
- WP-Cron handles cleanup of expired cache files in the background now.
- Disable mod_deflate if it’s running as it sometimes tries to compress gzipped files. Remove wp-content/cache/.htaccess for that file to be updated.
- Lazy and Otto both recommended using get_comment() instead of the depreciated get_commentdata()
- A basic “uninstall” function has been added to remove some of the files the plugin creates. It’s called when you deactivate the plugin.
- PHP running as a CGI doesn’t support apache_request_headers() so that’s been added too.
- And I almost forgot, the admin page received a slight makeover.
Get the plugin from the download page!