WP Super Cache 0.9.5

WP Super Cache 0.9.5 is now available.

This release fixes a number of bugs and adds a few new features. The main one being improved mobile support and improved mod_rewrite rules generation.

For more, check out the shiny new changelog.

Author: Donncha

Donncha Γ“ Caoimh is a software developer at Automattic and WordPress plugin developer. He posts photos at In Photos and can also be found on Google+ and Twitter.

18 thoughts on “WP Super Cache 0.9.5”

  1. the upgrade managed to crash my page today after upgrade. I probably should of deactivated the plugin before upgrading, but quite surprised at its failure.

  2. I updated to this without deactivating the plugin and my WP installation doesn’t recognize it is there. I thought it might have just deleted the plugin altogether, but i tried installing it and it kept failing. So i opened my ftp client and there is no directory of wp-super-cache in the plugins directory. I tried even changing the name and it won’t install anymore…

  3. Donncha – Many thanks for keeping this excellent plugin updated. One question though. Can SuperCache be updated to the new version in place without any alterations or have the .htaccess rules (in “root” and/or “wp-content”) need to be changed manually? Occasionally this has been the case in the past. Just wondering.

  4. Hello!

    I upgrade in my WordPress MU site, and the Mod Rewrite Rules sections, write mobile support rewrite rules, but i don’t allow “Mobile device support”.

    So, I update .htaccess file with new rule, or not?

  5. Hi, thank you for this very useful plugin.

    I have to feedback you about a strange behaviour of Wp-Super-Cache 0.9.5 (or, more probably, of the php configuration on my host). When I did the update, I received an fatal error at line 41:

    if (wp_cache_user_agent_is_rejected()) return;

    The problem, I believe, is that this function is not recognized by php, but commenting it everything works fine.

    Could you suggest any “cleaner” solutions?

    Thank you a lot, and sorry for my english πŸ™‚

  6. Just wondering if you can shed some light on something for me.. heres the outline:

    1. dedicated server running Centos/apache2/php and mysql 5
    2. eaccellerator gzip on and mysql query caching
    3. php-speedy installed

    result = wp-supercache does not function in any mode.

    Any guidance or thoughts on this? I realize with the server configuration that I have that it may not be needed but I’d still like to get to the bottom of it and sort why its not working πŸ™‚

      1. Yes, they do conflict with each other but the benefits of php-speedy are well, they make a big difference on my site. I would absolutely LOVE if there were a way to utilize both. Have you spoken with the author of php-speedy before?

  7. I just wanted to say thank you for making such an awesome plugin for WordPress. I don’t run a traffic heavy site but it does seem to help out very much.

    Kind regards,

    Eddie Thieda

  8. Is the advanced-cache.php file part of this plugin? I’m trying to delete this file from some wordpress installs via my ftp and can’t. It’s located in wp-content with 777 permissions and won’t change.

    Please help.

  9. Not a big thing at all, but I went ahead and added ‘ && is_site_admin()’ to line#1442 – this way if you turn off wp-super-cache for any reason, even though they can’t access the page either way, it doesn’t show the disabled warning to all users of your MU site. πŸ™‚

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