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Feed problem #44

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Li-An opened this Issue · 8 comments

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@Li-An

I have a feed problem with the plugin active. All my sites with Quick Cache Pro had my feed broken with the plugin activated. It was fixed after cleaning cache and desactivating the plugin - boring to test, you need to clean the site cache, the browser cache and so on. I decided to add "feed" on URI Exclusion Patterns and it seems it fixed the problem.

@jaswsinc
Owner

Thanks for reporting this.

When you say "broken" can you give us some details on what broke exactly and how? Thanks!

@Li-An

Well, the new posts are not showing in the feed.

@jaswsinc
Owner

Thank you. Well, that is the intended behavior; that feeds be cached unless you exclude them.

However, I'd say it's a decent idea to disable feed caching by default. @raamdev What do you think?

@Li-An

As you say, it will be a GOOD idea to change this default behaviour as I was warned of the problem when my visitors asked me about the stopping of new posts in their suscription to the feed :-) - sorry for my bad english.

@jaswsinc
Owner

@raamdev Looks great! I tested the dev branch feeds-enable.
This is working as expected after your latest commit: 865e8f8

@raamdev
Owner

@JasWSInc Thanks so much!

This new option to enable/disable feed caching, with feed caching disabled by default, will be coming in the next maintenance release, likely tomorrow morning.

@Li-An

Thanks :+1:

@raamdev
Owner

@Li-An Quick Cache Pro v140104 now includes options for feed caching, with feed caching disabled by default:

v140104

  • New Options for Feed Caching. It's now possible to control RSS, RDF, and Atom Feed caching. The new default is for feed caching to be disabled, which resolves an issue where new posts don't show up in the feed until the cache is cleared. This version of Quick Cache disables feed caching to prevent this from happening. If you wish to cache feeds, you can enable feed caching in the options. See: #44
  • New Automatic Updater for Quick Cache Pro. Quick Cache Pro now includes an automatic updater which lets you to keep Quick Cache Pro updated right from within your WordPress Dashboard. To upgrade to a new version of Quick Cache Pro using the Automatic Updater, simply fill in your WebSharks-Inc.com credentials in the new Plugin Updater sub-panel (Quick Cache Pro -› Plugin Updater). See: #21

You can update to the latest version of Quick Cache Pro here: http://www.websharks-inc.com/product/quick-cache/

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