I've had a terrible experience with WP Super Cache. It doesn't seem to
play well with other plugins and once you realize that, it's horrendously
complicated to remove from your site. Perhaps if you just have a simple
installation it would work well, but ours went very badly.
I don't think that it could selectively cache as Wilhelmina had asked, but
I'm not positive.
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On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 8:10 PM, Gary McGath <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 5/28/13 5:30 PM, Wilhelmina Randtke wrote:
> > In a Wordpress site, is there a way to allow site-wide caching, but force
> > certain areas of a page to reload on each visit?
> > For example, if on a specific page there is a huge navigational menu
> > never changes, a map that rarely changes, and hours of operation which
> > change frequently (as often as holidays), is there a way to force only
> > hours of operation to reload when a person revisits the page?
> I haven't used it myself, but Wordpress Super Cache looks as if it might
> be useful.
> Gary McGath, Professional Software Developer
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