[wp-hackers] W3 Total Cache and excluding specific page content from caching
whsatterwhite at gmail.com
Mon Sep 9 17:52:29 UTC 2013
I'm ware that this can be done using ajax, but this widget does not utilize
ajax. It is a packaged widget with Cart66.
On Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 1:49 PM, Martin Lazarov <martin at lazarov.bg> wrote:
> You can use ajax to load some parts of your page and it's easy to
> exclude from caching this ajax url's
> On Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 3:43 AM, William Satterwhite
> <whsatterwhite at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've been doing a lot of research, reading, and made many attempts at
> > excluding specific content areas from W3 Total Cache's page caching.
> What I
> > keep trying is excluding a sidebar and its widgets entirely from page
> > cache, but leaving the rest of the page cached. Multiple attempts at
> > so have failed. I've followed many of the <!-- mfunc --> examples,
> > late init within page caching, and nothing seems to work. There are many
> > widgets that are used, which display dynamic information produced by PHP,
> > so having the ability to exclude them from caching would be great.
> > Any help or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
> > The following are links that I've found while trying to figure this out
> > my own:
> > http://support.industrialthemes.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4786
> > http://css-tricks.com/wordpress-fragment-caching-revisited/
> > To complicate things, I'm using the Genesis Framework with a child theme
> > and trying to get this working with Cart66's "Cart" widget.
> > Thank you,
> > --
> > Hunter Satterwhite
> > http://linkedin.com/in/hsatterwhite
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