I have a blog were most of the traffic comes with query strings for tracking purposes, which means that query strings doesn't change the content of the site.
As I recently learned - W3 Total Cache & WP Fastest Cache, both don't cache pages with query strings.
The question is - how to make it W3 cache or WP cache cache pages with query string & most importantly make the query strings "ignorable", which means for example: if we have two hits: www.example.com/?t=123 www.example.com/?t=333
both are served as one page from the same cache.
I know that I can add "accepted query strings", but I don't know if it just allows to cache pages with query strings, or it also makes query string ignorable? Also - I think this feature forces pages with query strings to work with disk cache instead of disk: enhanced, which I'd like not to do. So - is there is a solution (it can be with W3 total or WP fastest) that ignores query strings and allow pages with them to get cached - without giving up disk:enhanced?