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    Re: A warning about W3 Total Cache plugin and Adsense...

    In my opinion, W3TC have optimal feature especially for dedicated hosting (and the first example are yoast.com). I don't find yet nobody from MediaTemple with a GS plan who did: "W3TC work fine"

    I do not write English well but I made it clear that I tried the default settings on two different blogs, with the same result: the site is slower with this plugin (in my case, MediaTemple, GS plan)

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    Re: A warning about W3 Total Cache plugin and Adsense...

    http://mt.w3-edge.com/ works just find on media temple (gs).

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    Re: A warning about W3 Total Cache plugin and Adsense...

    Ok, I understand now, you are Frederick Townes (ftownes)
    I look into your example and work fine....... at this point... can be my php.ini ?

    Via SSH i check with a "HEAD http://mt.w3-edge.com/" and the response are fast (less than 1 second). Same with "HEAD http://myblog.com" are more slow (3-4 seconds).

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    Re: A warning about W3 Total Cache plugin and Adsense...

    On (gs) you cannot edit php.ini (in the way you would expect). Add
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    AddHandler php5-script .php
    to the .htaccess file in your html/ directory. Other than that, everything should be fine, just use disk mode for all of the caching types.

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    Re: A warning about W3 Total Cache plugin and Adsense...

    Quote Originally Posted by ftownes
    On (gs) you cannot edit php.ini (in the way you would expect). Add
    Code:
    AddHandler php5-script .php
    to the .htaccess file in your html/ directory. Other than that, everything should be fine, just use disk mode for all of the caching types.
    How can I edit php.ini on the (gs) Grid-Service?
    http://kb.mediatemple.net/questions/137 ... Service%3F

    However, I already have the
    Code:
    AddHandler php5-script .php
    into my .htaccess file. You can do that more simplify to all sharing domain from Account Center > PHP Settings.

    You have more questions into http://www.w3-edge.com/wordpress-plugin ... tal-cache/ (take a look to the 4th page)

    I think, especially for who don't know very well English, you can create some screenshots with the default settings and steps. That's help very much!

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    Hello i have set up a amazon s3 CDN with w3 on classipress and speed is indeed much better but i am having a problem with the classipress ads image viewer as it does not seem to work and if you click on an image the user is sent to the Amazon page that hosts the image thus leaving my site ... Is it possible to fix this in the w3 set up ? In advanced thks

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    I use W3TC on a share host and i stopped it crashes all my Appthems totally!


    I love to help out you out but please read this first Have you tried to install in a root domain? Have you tried to Resave permalinks? Have you tried to disable all plug in? Have you tried the default theme of Wordpress?

    ++ If the issue is fixed consider closing the thread and change to solved, thank you for helping us helping you. ++

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    Quote Originally Posted by oviliz View Post
    W3 Total Cache are great with a VPS solution
    I agree. I implemented W3Total Cache on my site and everything is working well.

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    I use shared so maybe thats why?


    I love to help out you out but please read this first Have you tried to install in a root domain? Have you tried to Resave permalinks? Have you tried to disable all plug in? Have you tried the default theme of Wordpress?

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    Hi, I just installed w3 total cache plugin and I had a few bugs on my site, the featured listings slider was empty and some of the tabs disappeared and tabbed content just listed under each other. Does anyone know if there are one or two settings within this plugin to change or do I need to not use this plugin with classipress? My site is www.presentingarchitecture.com although I disabled the plugin for now.

    I am using bluehost.com

    Thanks!

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