Setup Shopp 1.2.x with W3 Total Cache Plugin

by Lorenzo Orlando Caum on December 18, 2012

In this post, we’ll teach you how to set up W3 Total Cache with Shopp 1.2.x.

For best results, be sure that you are running a current version of Shopp and W3 Total Cache.

Set W3 Total Cache to Not Cache Shopp

Once you’ve configured W3 Total Cache, you can easily set the exception for Shopp.

From the WordPress admin menu –> Performance –> Page Cache. Then scroll down to the Advanced section. Locate the area that looks like the screenshot below:

Then add your exception for Shopp.

Shopp by default operates via the following WordPress pages:

  • Shop
    • Account
    • Cart
    • Checkout
    • Confirm Order
    • Thanks

You’ll want to enter these into the box.

Note: If you have changed your Store name from ‘Shop’ to something else such as Collection, Catalog, Boutique, etc, then you’ll want to enter the updated WordPress pages.

Once your done, click on ‘Save all settings’ and clear your cache. W3 Total Cache is now configured to run with Shopp.

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  • Author: Lorenzo Orlando Caum

    Lorenzo Orlando Caum is an entrepreneur and a marketer.

    Lorenzo contributes to the Shopp project as a member of the support team. He has written several WordPress extensions for Shopp. You should have a look at his latest project: Video tutorials for Shopp.

    He is the founder of Enzo12 LLC, a web engineering firm in Tampa, FL. If you would like to know more about Lorenzo, you can follow @lorenzocaum on Twitter or check out his blog.

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