Hey! I’m trying to bypass
wp-cron.php on my wordpress, even if I have activated
Cache everything to cache the other pages.
Here are my rules:
Even with this (and purging the cache, and waiting for a few days), when hitting
wp-cron.php I get this:
Not sure why this is not working, I thought the rule the with highest priority would define the cache level.
Try adding an asterisk to your page rule.
Ah!! Much better. Can I do a global rule on
.php files? Like
That should probably work.
But that will cache all the HTML output from them too. Is that desired?
You mean it would bypass no? I would like to have a rule that bypass cache for
wp-login.php. Globally, PHP files shouldn’t be cached.
Sorry, got confused, thought it was about “cache everything” .
.php paths are not cached by default anyhow, so no point in bypassing them unless you do have a cache-everything rule, in which case you should be able to exclude them with the rule you posted earlier.
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