Monthly Archives: June 2011


Following from my previous post, I’ve come across another issue related to caching in wordpress: dynamic content. There’s a constant trade-off between caching and dynamic content. If you want your content to be truly dynamic, you can’t cache it properly. … Continued

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[IMPORTANT: please check that you have the latest version of timthumb! older versions might have a serious security vulnerability. A little more about it here] I’ve been recently trying to optimize a wordpress based site. It was running fine, but … Continued