Cache Busting with Gravity Forms

Cache Busting with Gravity Forms

Author: Gravity Wiz

Date: June 2, 2020 

Category: Plugin development, Tutorials, Webdesign

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Overview

I think if there’s one thing everyone in the WordPress community agrees on, it’s this: caching is awesome. It improves the performance of your site and reduces the bandwidth required to load pages and files. WordPress-specific hosting providers typically cache pages by default, and if you’re managing your own server you can add any number of plugins, such as WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache, and many more that can immediately improve page load times. If you aren’t taking advantage of caching on your site, you should.

If you use caching on

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Cache Busting with Gravity Forms

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