[wp-hackers] Saving the entire HTML sent to client

Brian Layman wp-hackers at thecodecave.com
Thu Dec 8 22:06:18 UTC 2011

I think this is what you are looking for:

It's called Dirty MC because it does the caching in the index.php file 
itself which is as clean as you can get it. If you are serving a cached 
page, WordPress isn't even touched. No DB interaction, no anything.  
It's also called Dirty because if you don't do things correctly in 
plugins, you could get surprising results. For example I found one 
plugin that allowed a partial page to be sent and before it triggered a 
redirect. As a result the partial page was cached, but the redirect 
never happened. So use with caution.

Brian Layman

On 12/7/2011 8:52 PM, IC IC wrote:
> To minimize the DB queries down to nothing on the home page of your
> magazine styled web site, what do you say about the following idea?
> Every time, you create a post or page (or cat or tag for that matter
> ), at the time committing that change into the database, have a plug
> in run the home page  internally ( as if a visitor visited your home
> page ) and grab the html generated and create a text file out of that
> HTML ( from all the way up DOCTYPE down</html).  This way, your home
> page ( be it home.php or front-page.php or whatever), may check if the
> current user logged in and if not, just do a PHP include of that
> recently generated file?
> Does PHP provide a way to get a hold of that entire HTML? Would that
> be a wp_footer hook?
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