W3 Total Cache v0.9.7.4 Released

Thanks for using W3 Total Cache!

First, we want to thank all of you for bringing bugs and issues to our attention. This is helping us to fix and improve the W3 Total Cache to user satisfaction. In this release we improved security on calls to Opcache flush, cache delivery of /feed URLs, purging of the current page by using post_id instead of URL and minification of files in environments running on non-default ports.

We’ve also added fixes for database cluster in WordPress 5.1, minification in multisite when URLs were set to root-blog based URL, undefined w3tc_ga issue, warning caused by user agent theme change used, 404 in multisite caused by subdirectory issue and PHP warning when Redis integration not configured correctly

Make sure to visit our public repository on GitHub where you can review our code, post issues, and Pull requests.

In future releases, you can expect a lot of new features and UI improvements and of course, fixes and improvements for improved user experience

A big thanks to all of our supporters, including those who are active in the forums helping end users. Please take some time and rate our plugin here. Every feedback and every issue reported is helping us continue offering a top-notch product.