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This setting allows two options, “Yes” or “No”.

Default setting is “Yes”.

When set to “Yes”, this function disables the RSS feed functionality built into WordPress.

You can locate this option on Memberium -> Settings -> Security tab.

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Force Cache Flush

WordPress uses a caching system to map SEO / human readable page links into WordPress’s native links. This process is called URL rewriting, and the cache is referred to as the URL Rewrite Cache. When using some plugins, this URL conversion cache can be come corrupted. The symptom of this is random 404 page errors for pages that actually exist.

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