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hi if you are awaire database than use these steps. 1. Log into phpMyAdmin. 2. Export your database as an SQL file. 3. Make a copy of your database SQL file so you have a backup of your original database, in-case you screw up. 4. Open up your database SQL file in a text editor. 5. Find and replace domain1.com with domain2.com. 6. Save your database SQL ...
Your wildcard matching rule for bypassing the cache is not set up properly. Try mysite.com/wp* (which will match all the admin pages plus the login page, and works well for me)
By default, W3 Total Cache (and many alternative caching plugins) prevent caching when you're logged in (specifically for the admin account), which is the reason you'll always see fresh content or the latest changes made when you're logged in, but not when you're logged out. The exception to this would be if you're using a CDN as the CDN would need to be ...
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