Since enabling WordPress APO, our users have discovered that publishing edited content in WordPress does not automatically purge the cached version of the page or post that was edited. The only thing that works is manually purging—either by URL or the entire cache.
We are running v3.8.7 of the Cloudflare plugin with the default settings. I have tried disabling and re-enabling APO via the plugin. APO reports itself running against both the root domain and the www subdomain. In our case, www is canonical, and we have a redirect set up in Nginx to ensure it. I see the appropriate custom headers indicating that APO is functioning. It seems to be working correctly, other than not purging pages that have been updated in WordPress.
We use Bedrock, which does reorganize some core WordPress folders. I suppose my next step will be to trace through the plugin code to see if there’s an incompatibility with Bedrock that causes it to be unable to detect changes or trigger the cache purge. I thought I’d post here first though, just in case other community members are having the same problem.