Hey there. I seem to be having an issue with a membership site. A fairly big issue actually.
Just a little background. I recently switched from a share hosting to a VPS. I confirmed with A2Hosting that I do NOT have any server side caching.
I use Memberpress, a popular Wordpress plugin. But members are constantly having issues not being able to access pages they should have access to. It’s essentially redirecting them to the homepage, or logging them out.
Clearing their browser cache, logging out and logging back in resolves the problem. But, it’s becoming a recurring and nagging issue for a lot of people, and these people are the backbone of our business.
Our membership end is in a subfolder with a separate WordPress installation.
I have no caching plugin installed on the website, and I’ve also added this pagerule:
Cache Level: Bypass
There are * on either side for wildcards, but for some reason they won’t appear on here.
I’ve also purched my cache completely numerous times.
Do we know what is going on here by any chance? With no server side caching and no plugin caching the pages, Memberpress states it is very likely Cloudflare messing with page viewability rules based on membership.
Care to advise? How do I make sure NO caching goes on, or no cloudflare activity goes on period, on our /premium/ subfolder.