Translate with WPML

You can easily translate Powered Cache with WPML by following these steps Install and activate Powered Cache and WPML Navigate WPML -> Theme and plugins localization Select “Powered Cache” and scan with WPML 4. Once the scanning process is completed, you can start translating under “String Translation”

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Translate Powered Cache Into Your Language

You can contribute to Powered Cache translations through GlotPress. GlotPress is a tool that WordPress uses to provide a unique translation platform. You can check the translation progress here – https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/powered-cache/ And, please read the guideline for the translations – https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/handbook/ Project Translation Editor(s) If you are interested to be a project translation editor, please […]

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Upgrade Powered Cache 1.x to 2.x

Powered Cache requirements have been changed with version 2.x. PHP 5.6 and WordPress 5.0 are minimum requirements. Powered Cache Upgrade If your website satisfies the required PHP and WordPress version, you can automatically update the plugin. The old settings will be migrated automatically with the upgrade routine that we shipped with the 2.x. Powered Cache […]

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Compatibility with Cookie Law Plugins

If you are using a cookie consent plugin on your website, you might need to create separate versions of cached results based on the user preference. Powered Cache is compatible with the following GDPR/Cookie Law plugins: CookieYes | GDPR Cookie Consent & Compliance Notice (CCPA Ready) Cookie Notice & Compliance for GDPR / CCPA EU […]

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Advanced Options

Advanced options help to adjust PoweredCache for covering some edge cases and giving more control over the caching layer. Rejected User Agents If you don’t want to show cached results to specific user agents, you can use this option. (It supports regex) Facebook user-agent (facebookexternalhit) is automatically rejected by default. Rejected Cookies If you want […]

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Object Caching

WordPress has built-in object caching but, object cache is non-persistent by default. This means that data stored in the cache resides in memory only and only for the duration of the request. Powered Cache comes with several different object cache backend to saving persistent. Memcache Requirements: A Memcached server and the PECL Memcache extension. Memcache […]

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Export/Import Settings

PoweredCache generates portable configuration files in JSON format. You can easily export the settings through “Misc -> Export” and vice-versa import an existing configuration with “Misc -> Import”. Simple as it.

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Run Diagnostic

Running the diagnostic test helps to identify potential issues with the caching.┬áIn order the run a diagnostic test, you just need to navigate “PoweredCache Settings -> Misc” and hit to “Run Diagnostic” button. It will open a pop-up and performs a couple of checks related to the caching configurations.

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Reset All Settings

In order to fabric reset all plugin configurations, you just need to navigate “Settings -> Misc” and click to “Reset Settings” button.

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Remove Cache Footprint

PoweredCache adds cache footprints by default, footprints help us to understand whether cached files are served or not. It looks like this: If you want to remove this footprint, you can just turn it off under the misc settings.

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