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“Cache control by Cacholong” plugin automates purging of Nginx Pagespeed cache and Nginx FastCGI cache on your Nginx server(s). It is a backend plugin that is able to: Purge Nginx Pagespeed cache and/or Nginx FastCGI cache. Purging automatically, manually and with WordPress cronjobs. Purge caches on one or more servers (See hosts.json section for more details). Remove id tag from stylesheet link tags, in order to allow Nginx Pagespeed to combine stylesheets. Allow purging of other cached items (see Settings > Cache control). Inform user of purge status. Support for single site and network sites Support for WP-CLI When will it purge? This plugin will work with default and custom post types. It will purge on a save, regular update, quick edit update, slug change, delete and undelete. The user is informed with one or more messages. There are a few caveats: When a user is using the Gutenberg editor, purge messages will not be displayed. When the user uses “Quick edit” and “Updates” the post, no messages will be displayed, because there’s no page refresh. Those messages will be shown on the next request. It is possible to purge with WordPress cronjobs. Adjust the ‘Cronjob settings’ to perform a daily purge of caches. You can also purge items manually. Go to the WordPress dashboard and navigate to: Settings >...
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