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accepted ”doing_wp_cron” in URL even if ALTERNATE CRON is not in wp-config
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answered ”doing_wp_cron” in URL even if ALTERNATE CRON is not in wp-config
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comment ”doing_wp_cron” in URL even if ALTERNATE CRON is not in wp-config
Ok, without being sure about this, I think I found an explanation. I believe those are normal occurrences simply indicating that WordPress cron jobs are working. In my access log, they are always associated with POST request, not GET request and with the general URL of my website, not with specific posts. And I haven’t seen them in my URLs since I’ve disabled the ALTERNATE_WP_CRON Can somene familiar with access log confirm? Thanks.
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comment W3 Total Cache, CDN and theme files
Hum. Good point. It would be good to have more details about the way Google deals with query strings.
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comment W3 Total Cache, CDN and theme files
No problem! I perfectly understand that the location of this code is likely to change depending of the theme used. I’ll manage to add it to my functions.php file. I still think it’s a good complement to the solution provided by @anu. Thanks a lot for the help.
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comment W3 Total Cache, CDN and theme files
Ok, that’s a really interesting option: it removes the need to manually versioned my style.css file after each modifications (which I will forget to do at one point or another). Now, if I may ask, where do I add this code? I would guess to my functions.php file?
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comment W3 Total Cache, CDN and theme files
Yes, thanks! I took good note of your suggestion. I really appreciate all the help I’m getting here. Not only am I solving my issue, but I’m learning new stuff as well.
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comment W3 Total Cache, CDN and theme files
Thank you. I have two questions for you since I’m not familiar with this procedure. 1) The name of the “versioned” files should follow exactly the example you gave (with the question mark, the equal signs and replace all “x” with numbers of my choice) right? 2) On my AWS console for CLoudFront, I click in the “I” in the left of the table just beside the distribution I created for my blog. This allows me to access the settings of the distribution. There I can see the "Forward Query strings" is “false”. Should I replicate this “behavior” with the same values but with “true” for "For. Q. strings"
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comment W3 Total Cache, CDN and theme files
“Delete all your theme files and re-upload them. some times the delete action clears the CDN” You mean for me to delete them on my website, right? Then re-upload them in my WordPress installation. And then I guess do the “Upload theme files” again through W3 Total Cache dashboard?
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accepted How to exclude a specific template from being cached by a CDN
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comment How to exclude a specific template from being cached by a CDN
Hi, thanks for the suggestion. Since my random posts are displayed on a page, it’s the page I needed to exclude, which can be done easily with W3 Total Cache. I came to the solution by browsing through the thread you pointed to me.