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Saving CSS stylesheet edits with JetPack's Edit CSS doesn't clear the cache #246

raamdev opened this issue Jul 24, 2014 · 3 comments


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raamdev commented Jul 24, 2014

When saving CSS stylesheet edits with JetPack's Edit CSS module, Quick Cache should purge the entire site cache, as the CSS may affect any part of the site. Currently, this does not happen and instead, oddly enough, only Author Page caches appear to get cleared:


Steps to recreate this issue

  1. Install JetPack and activate the Edit CSS module
  2. Visit a Post/Page on the site to create a cache of that Post/Page
  3. Add some custom CSS that modifies something visible on the cached Post/Page using the Edit CSS module (Dashboard → Appearance → Edit CSS)
  4. Visit the Post/Page and notice that your edit is not visible because Quick Cache is loading an old cache of that page.
@raamdev raamdev added this to the Next Release milestone Sep 19, 2014
raamdev added a commit to wpsharks/comet-cache-pro that referenced this issue Sep 20, 2014
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raamdev commented Sep 20, 2014

Whoops. I forgot to follow the HubFlow format for this bug and accidentally committed directly to the 000000-dev branch.

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raamdev commented Sep 20, 2014

Next release changelog:

  • Bug Fix: When saving custom CSS using JetPack's Custom CSS module, Quick Cache now properly purges the site cache to ensure that outdated cache files are not served to visitors. See #246.

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jaswrks commented Sep 20, 2014

Cool :-) That's great!

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