Fooled you. You think that cache is the problem, but it’s not. Scenario 1… You installed Vagrant with VirtualBox on your local machine and have a sweet nginx setup going as your development environment. You made a few changes to a CSS file and the new style is not reflecting on the page. You try … Continue reading Clear nginx Cache in Vagrant
Local development with APC is great if your production environment also takes advantage of object caching. Every once and a while you may even forget that you have it turned on and then you’re trying to figure out why your recent changes aren’t doing anything. Rather than disable it entirely, only to forget to turn … Continue reading When developing locally with APC enabled, you might be inclined to clear cache forcefully lest you go crazy.
So. You’ve hooked into the appropriate core actions, loaded a template file and added a quick echo to test the beginnings of your feed. You bring up a browser, load the feed, and are satisfied when you see the output you were expecting. Now, you code out the rest of the feed. Put in a query, … Continue reading WordPress Is Not Caching Your Custom Feed