Stale homepage cache

How to make sure homepage cache is refresh when a post was published? I've enabled "Clear full cache when post/page is updated", but the homepage still served old cache. How actually hummingbird handle cache.

  • Huberson

    Hello @Mohd+Sharul Hafiz
    At a high level, when you activate page caching Hummingbird will store cached pages data in a cache folder under 'wp-content/wphb-cache'. If 'Clear full cache when post/page is updated' is enabled, when page/post is created or updated the cache folder data should be removed automatically.

    You can verify the cache age by opening browser console and look at the far bottom for "Hummingbird cache...created.." comment. That should tell if the cache was regenerated after publishing a post/page.

    If you have other cache plugin make sure it's deactivated, manually clear the page cache from Hummingbird to ensure the cache folder data are cleared. Then do the above check by reloading your page a few times to regenerate the cache, publish a new post/page and verify the result.

    If you notice the cache is not automatically cleared after performing the above, you can enable support access to the site then let us know so we can have a look at that.

    Regards,
    Huberson

Thank NAME, for their help.

Let NAME know exactly why they deserved these points.

Gift a custom amount of points.