If a url contains a query string, the url is not cached but the situation is different for the urls which contains google analytics parameters.
Google Analytics allows adding campaign parameters to the destination URLs to collect information about the overall efficacy of the campaigns.
If a url contains any google analytics parameters such as utm_source, utm_medium, utm_campaign, utm_term, utm_content, the url is served via main page cache. You don’t need to do any extra action.
This url is served via the cache of https://www.example.com/mypost/
The preload feature stops working after all caches are created but you can restart the preload feature if you want. Continue reading
When a new post is published, you can clear all cache or the cache of homepage, the cache of the post’s categories and the cache of the post’s tags.
How to Set
You can reach the wizard with clicking on the “new post” option.
This button helps you cleaning the cache of a post instead of clearing all the cache. Continue reading
You can specify the hour and minute for cache timeout. Continue reading
If you wanna hide toolbar link, you need to add the following rule into wp-config.php file. Continue reading
If you are not satisfied with the speed of the Preload feature, you can set the speed of the Preload feature. Continue reading
The cache plugins save the output as a static html file and the visitors see the cached version.
A cached file is typically generated after a user initially visits a page. This creates a delay for the very first user who views it. Continue reading
You can clear the cache whenever you want via Cache Timeout page. Continue reading
WP Fastest Cache adds 301 redirection rule into htaccess file. It causes redirect loop sometimes. If you have such issue, you need to follow the steps.
1. to disable WP Fastest Cache
2. to add following constant into wp-config.php and follow the steps
3. to save the settings of WP Fastest Cache
If you don’t want some pages to be cached, you can use Exclude Page feature.