W3 Total Cache v0.14.1 Patch Released

 

Thank you for using W3 Total Cache!

Thank you for using W3 Total Cache, the only web host agnostic Web Performance Optimization (WPO) framework for WordPress trusted by millions of publishers, web developers, and web hosts worldwide for more than a decade.

In this patch release we fixed the reported issue with missing images caused by Lazy Load and CSS minify:

  • Fixed CSS minify URL rewrite logic that affected some lazy loading and CSS URL addresses using protocols

We would like to thank the users in the WordPress community for reporting the issue and for their patience.

In our public repository on GitHub, you can review our source code, post issues, and even submit pull requests. You are welcome to join us there, and we really appreciate all users that have contributed, both past and present.

We are always looking for ways to improve W3 Total Cache with new features, UI improvements, and of course, improvements to the user experience. If you like what we have done, please be sure to take some time and rate our plugin on the WordPress Plugin Repository.

Once again, we are sending a big thanks to all of our supporters, including those who are active in the forums helping end-users.

 

W3 Total Cache v0.14.0 Released

 

Thank you for using W3 Total Cache, the only web host agnostic Web Performance Optimization (WPO) framework for WordPress trusted by millions of publishers, web developers, and web hosts worldwide for more than a decade.

We are proud to announce a new Pro feature in the 0.14.0 release, Lazy Loading for Google Maps. We focused on the compatibility with three major Google maps plugins:

If you are using one of these three plugins you can enable Lazy Loading in Performance>User Experience, select the box next to the plugin you are using, save all settings, and purge the cache. Congratulations, your Google Maps are now lazy-loaded! Please note that this feature is only available after upgrading to Pro!

We have also fixed reported issues and made other improvements:

  • Added a filter w3tc_minify_css_content for minified contents
  • Fixed a minify regex issue in non-Unicode websites
  • Fixed a PHP notice in WPMU: accessing array offset on null
  • Fixed a minify issue where embedded CSS URL fragments were converted incorrectly
  • i18n improvement (plugin settings translation)
  • Changed default to disabled for wp-admin requests in the object cache

In our public repository on GitHub, you can review our source code, post issues, and even submit pull requests. You are welcome to join us there, and we really appreciate all users that have contributed, both past and present.

We are always looking for ways to improve W3 Total Cache with new features, UI improvements, and of course, improvements to the user experience. If you like what we have done, please be sure to take some time and rate our plugin on the WordPress Plugin Repository.

Once again, we are sending a big thanks to all of our supporters, including those who are active in the forums helping end-users.