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Compatibility with Caching

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Iain Poulson Last updated on September 2, 2021

Excluding pages from the cache

If using a caching plugin, make sure you exclude the following pages from the cache through their respective settings panels (the slugs are the defaults used by the plugin installation, but they might be different on your site):

  • Login Page (/login/)
  • Password Recovery Page (/password-reset/)
  • Registration Page (/register/)
  • Account Page (/account/)
  • Profile Page (/profile/)

These pages need to stay dynamic since they display information specific to the current member.

The pages configured are in Users > Settings > General, and you will need use the page slug when exlcuding in plugins or hosting:

Hosting Caching

WP Engine

WP Engine, like many WordPress managed hosts, aggressively cache site pages. To exclude the following pages from the cache, you need to ask WP Engine through your user portal to exclude the /password-reset/ page from the cache.

 
See https://wpengine.com/support/cookies-and-php-sessions/#Exclude_Pages_from_Cache_when_Cookie_is_Present

Caching Plugins

WP Super Cache

WP User Manager is compatible with WP Super Cache. Please ensure that the the above pages are excluded from the cache by placing the corresponding endpoints here WP Admin > Settings > WP Super Cache > Advanced.

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