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unncola

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  • Member Since: August 15th, 2008
  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: WP Super Cache] apache_request_headers very selfish for non apache php builds", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Yeah, the problem isn't with turning supercache off. I've got it turned off with the…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: WP Super Cache] apache_request_headers very selfish for non apache php builds", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Donncha, I think we're misunderstanding each other. I've already got that line in my htaccess.…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: WP Super Cache] apache_request_headers very selfish for non apache php builds", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Any thoughts?

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: WP Super Cache] apache_request_headers very selfish for non apache php builds", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Yes sir it is.

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: WP Super Cache] apache_request_headers very selfish for non apache php builds", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I've sort of figured it out. But I could use a hand. Basically my rewrite…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: WP Super Cache] apache_request_headers very selfish for non apache php builds", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I don't think it does actually. I cleared wordpress cache. Switched ua to googlebot and…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: WP Super Cache] apache_request_headers very selfish for non apache php builds", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Donncha, could you elaborate how you would do the user agent checking before mod_rewrite? Something…

    6 years ago

  • Created a topic, [Plugin: WP Super Cache] apache_request_headers very selfish for non apache php builds, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    6 years ago