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Sample messages to share with WordPress hosts who have built-in caching services

Event Espresso 4 needs no-cache rules or caching exclusions setup for its pages. This is because it is a dynamic environment similar to shopping for an item in an online store. More information on caching and how it affects Event Espresso 4 is available here:

http://eventespresso.com/wiki/setup-nocache-exclusion-rules-event-espresso/

Here is a sample text that you can share with your webhost on requesting no-cache rules.

Hello! I’m using an ecommerce plugin called Event Espresso on my WordPress site:

example.com

I found this article here on your support site which mentions that you can setup [NAME OF WEBHOST] to work with ecommerce plugins by adjusting the caching to exclude certain content:

[LINK TO CACHING ARTICLE ON WEB HOSTS SUPPORT SITE]

These are the pages that are used by Event Espresso:

/events/
/registration-checkout/
/transactions/
/thank-you/
/registration-cancelled/

Could you help me setup no-cache / exclusion rules for the pages above?

Thank you for your help.

This example is for WP Engine and can easily be adapted for other webhosts that offer built-in caching services.

Hello! I’m using an ecommerce plugin called Event Espresso on my WordPress site:

example.com

I found this article here on your support site which mentions that you can setup WP Engine to work with ecommerce plugins by adjusting the caching to exclude certain content:

http://wpengine.com/support/wpengine-ecommerce/

These are the pages that are used by Event Espresso:

/events/
/registration-checkout/
/transactions/
/thank-you/
/registration-cancelled/

Could you help me setup no-cache / exclusion rules for the pages above?

Thank you for your help.

Once you've shared the message above through the support garage, then a member of the support team at WP Engine will setup those no-cache rules for you.

We definitely recommend WP Engine for Managed WordPress hosting for Event Espresso 4!

Event Espresso 3 needs no-cache rules or caching exclusions setup for its pages. This is because it is a dynamic environment similar to shopping for an item in an online store. More information on caching and how it affects Event Espresso 3 is available here:

http://eventespresso.com/wiki/setup-nocache-exclusion-rules-event-espresso/

Here is a sample text that you can share with your webhost on requesting no-cache rules.

Hello! I’m using an ecommerce plugin called Event Espresso on my WordPress site:

example.com

I found this article here on your support site which mentions that you can setup [NAME OF WEBHOST] to work with ecommerce plugins by adjusting the caching to exclude certain content:

[LINK TO CACHING ARTICLE ON WEB HOSTS SUPPORT SITE]

These are the pages that are used by Event Espresso:

/event-registration/
/thank-you/
/transactions/
/registration-cancelled/

Could you help me setup no-cache / exclusion rules for the pages above?

Thank you for your help.

This example is for WP Engine and can easily be adapted for other webhosts that offer built-in caching services.

Hello! I’m using an ecommerce plugin called Event Espresso on my WordPress site:

example.com

I found this article here on your support site which mentions that you can setup WP Engine to work with ecommerce plugins by adjusting the caching to exclude certain content:

http://wpengine.com/support/wpengine-ecommerce/

These are the pages that are used by Event Espresso:

/event-registration/
/thank-you/
/transactions/
/registration-cancelled/

Could you help me setup no-cache / exclusion rules for the pages above?

Thank you for your help.

Once you've shared the message above through the support garage, then a member of the support team at WP Engine will setup those no-cache rules for you.

We definitely recommend WP Engine for Managed WordPress hosting for Event Espresso 3!

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