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I didnt find it but is it possible to run at night all pages so the next morning the whole website is cached? Or are there other plugins who does this job? I hope someone can help me! Thanks!

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Plugins such as WP Super Cache have a setting for that. It's called "pre-load", it allows you to pre-load pages and you can set an specific interval to regenerate cache.

If you publish at least 3 or 4 times a week a good configuration could be every 4000 minutes.

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Thanks! Is it also possible to clear the cache by cron and how? – Bas Aug 2 '13 at 10:02
The pre-load setting handles this. Basically WP super Cache creates static HTML copies of your dynamic pages. With the preload option it just creates your pages and destroy them according to the CRON job. – JMau Aug 2 '13 at 10:54
Thanks! I will make a small destroy script. Using rmdir – Bas Aug 2 '13 at 11:34

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