Comments on: Setting up W3 Total Cache for Events Manager https://wp-events-plugin.com/tutorials/setting-up-w3-total-cache-for-events-manager/ Event Registration, Bookings, Calendars, Locations Mon, 10 Dec 2018 19:57:45 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 By: marcus https://wp-events-plugin.com/tutorials/setting-up-w3-total-cache-for-events-manager/#comment-319702 Thu, 19 Jan 2017 13:35:32 +0000 http://wp-events-plugin.com/?post_type=tutorials&p=2235#comment-319702 Yes, this should all work as before, I don’t think the settings pages on W3TC have changed so the screenshots should also be up to date.

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By: Alex Catterall https://wp-events-plugin.com/tutorials/setting-up-w3-total-cache-for-events-manager/#comment-319658 Wed, 18 Jan 2017 16:01:29 +0000 http://wp-events-plugin.com/?post_type=tutorials&p=2235#comment-319658 Hi,

Are the recommendations here still current and up-to-date? I am about to install a CDN and thought it worth checking, particularly the part about updating the custom file list?

Alex

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By: marcus https://wp-events-plugin.com/tutorials/setting-up-w3-total-cache-for-events-manager/#comment-260898 Mon, 08 Jun 2015 11:55:36 +0000 http://wp-events-plugin.com/?post_type=tutorials&p=2235#comment-260898 Good point but not usually necessary.

This is an edge case because the form is powered by JS meaning a booking form will work if cached. In your case, something probably caused the JS to break in your theme or another plugin and you have the fallback method. Without caching, you’d get a page reload and the booking is made.

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By: Pontus https://wp-events-plugin.com/tutorials/setting-up-w3-total-cache-for-events-manager/#comment-260323 Mon, 01 Jun 2015 21:59:14 +0000 http://wp-events-plugin.com/?post_type=tutorials&p=2235#comment-260323 You might want to add that W3TC can create caching issues with the login function (not exclusively the EM login though). I had an issue (in Firefox) where I logged in under the single event page, but nothing would happen = the page would reload and the login form would still be there but with no error message. When I reloaded the page once more or went to a different page and back, the site/event would show me as logged in. This even though I had “Do not cache pages for logged in users” activated. The solution for me was “Flush Cache Login”, a plugin only devoted to solve login caching issues.

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By: Email Validator WP Plugin https://wp-events-plugin.com/tutorials/setting-up-w3-total-cache-for-events-manager/#comment-122414 Thu, 28 Aug 2014 00:43:13 +0000 http://wp-events-plugin.com/?post_type=tutorials&p=2235#comment-122414 The w3 total cache is a highly recommended plugin for a faster site/blog load, but it is quite complicated for WP beginners to use effectively. Tutorials like this would be much appreciated!

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By: Cargo Trax https://wp-events-plugin.com/tutorials/setting-up-w3-total-cache-for-events-manager/#comment-81083 Mon, 21 Apr 2014 09:43:25 +0000 http://wp-events-plugin.com/?post_type=tutorials&p=2235#comment-81083 Great blog. I have bookmarked it right away !
Wordpress has done great thing for our business. I recommened it to everyone !

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