Using W3 Total Cache with Memberium

W3 Total Cache is a great way to speed up your WordPress site, however, you have to be careful with what options you have turned on when running a dynamic membership site and membership plugins like Memberium.

For Memberium to work properly you must turn OFF the following in W3 Total Cache:

  • Turn Off Page Cache
  • Turn Off Browser Cache
  • Use Database Cache With Caution

You can safely use the CDN features, minify options and the object cache. Page caching can cause major problems and should be avoided.

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