Our services, including Critical CSS and UCSS, require a publicly accessible website to function. If your website blocks certain countries or has some sort of WAF rules that prevent our servers from accessing your website, you might not be able to use those services. Here are the ip addresses you can add to your allowed […]
Powered Cache Premium support WP_CLI commands to manage your website easily. You can access supported CLI commands by simply typing wp help powered-cache Subcommands: wp powered-cache criticalcss wp powered-cache preload (eg: preload homepage, posts, and taxonomy up to 1000 items for Spanish language, you can skip optional parameters) wp powered-cache purge Purge given post id […]
Powered Cache licensing system works with a license key and domain of the WordPress installation. However, you don’t need an additional license for a multisite setup. Here are the details about licensing; a) If you are using Powered Cache for a regular WordPress installation, you just need one license key. b) If you are going […]
Cache Status Header Powered Cache adds “X-Powered-Cache” header to show whether the request was served from the cache or not. For example, if a page is not cached, it will show “X-Powered-Cache: MISS” Cache Miss Reason As an addition to the cache status header, if the POWERED_CACHE_ENABLE_LOG enabled or POWERED_CACHE_MISS_REASON defined, it will add “X-Powered-Cache-Miss-Reason” […]
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In order to enable debug logs for the Powered Cache, you can add example configurations to your wp-config.php file We don’t recommend enabling logging on production websites. Make sure the log file is out of the public directory, or access restricted to that file. If you don’t define POWERED_CACHE_LOG_FILE the logs will be send to […]
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.
Running the diagnostic test helps to identify potential issues with the caching. In 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.
In order to fabric reset all plugin configurations, you just need to navigate “Settings -> Misc” and click to “Reset Settings” button.
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.