If you use the MultiSite installation on your wordpress, separate cache is created for each site. When you click on the “Clear All Cache” button, only the cache of the current site is cleared. Continue reading
When you update any plugin or theme, you might ask for the entire cache to be cleared. Continue reading
One of the ways to clear cache is clicking on the link which exists at the admin toolbar. You can configure the feature easily via wp-config.php file. Although It only appears for admins as default, you can make it visible for the other roles. Continue reading
There are some features which provide you to clear cache via admin panel. You need to have to login into the wordpress admin panel. Continue reading
You can get detail via the following link.
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.
We removed the clear cache button from column so there is no need to hide the button.
WP Fastest Cache does not clear the cache instantly not to increase the CPU usage. Continue reading
When a post or a page is deleted, some cache files are cleared instead of all the cache files being cleared in order not to increase the CPU usage. Continue reading
We occasionally need to clear a page’s cache, but clearing the entire cache is not good for CPU. For this situation, there are two ways of clearing cache on specific posts/pages. Continue reading
The cache of the page is cleared automatically after the comment is approved of.
You can clear the cache whenever you want via Cache Timeout page. Continue reading
If a post or page is updated, the cache of post or page is cleared.
Follow the link: http://www.wpfastestcache.com/tutorial/to-clear-cache-after-update/
You can clear the cache by calling the following functions. You can use them outside of the plugin.