WordPress Development

Want to test super speed caching?

Yesterday morning was one of those mornings. I couldn’t sleep, but not for want of trying. Around 5am our 17 month old baby wasn’t too keen on the whole notion of shut-eye. Instead I took him downstairs to feed him, and do a little surfing and hacking to pass the […]

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WP Super Cache 0.6.7

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: […]

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WP Super Cache 0.6.2

A few people stumbled across a strange bug in WP Super Cache. If your index.php was cached by the plugin then feeds or other pages that hadn’t been cached would show the front page! A simple way to fix this is by adding “index.php” to the list of rejected URIs, […]

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Caching WordPress with WP-Cache in a spam filled world

WP-Cache and spam. Who’d have thought they were related? Unfortunately they are because when your blog is spammed WP-Cache doesn’t check if the comment is legitimate or not and deletes cached files related to the spammed post. I noticed this happened a lot on In Photos.org after I added thumbnails […]

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WPMU Update – Improved Caching

Hopefully you should see this site run a little faster, I’ve moved most database accesses to inside the cache loop. For most users caching and processing of requests should be faster as the whole WordPress posts-loop is now cached, however there is a trade off. I can’t check if there […]

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