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Inside Open Source:
WordPress Tip #873 Disabling Caching During Development
February 28, 2007 @ 07:38:00

On the Inside Open Source blog today, there's a "quick hit" post from Jason Gilmore for WordPress users out there using the WP-Cache and being frustrated by it's functionality during the development process.

I'm using WordPress to build out a blog for a new endeavor, and couldn't figure out why I had to go through a rather unwieldy refresh process (disabling a template and then enabling it anew) every time I changed it from within the WordPress administration interface.

It was the WP-Caching mechanism that WordPress comes with that was causing the issue, so he tracked down where to disable it for the duration of the development time. (Options -> WP-Cache -> Disable It).

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