Monthly Archives: February 2023

W3 Total Cache v2.3.0 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 major release, we’ve added a new feature PageSpeed Insights reports and performance page widget

Make sure to check out our W3 Total Cache Page Speed Tool article for more details about the feature.

We’ve also added enhancements and also fixed the issues reported by the community and the users active in our GitHub repository:

  • Feature: Added basic OpenLiteSpeed support
  • Feature: Add Permissions-Policy to mirror Feature-Policy directives
  • Fix: PHP 8.2 compatibility
  • Fix: GuzzleHttp 7 conflict with Azure
  • Fix: Allow object cache updates when using WP-CLI
  • Fix: Added missing Page Cache configuration “host” value
  • Fix: Missing on_comment_status action callback
  • Fix: Flush cache on attachment update
  • Fix: Varnish flush for posts
  • Update: Improved comment status logic for flushing database and object caches
  • Update: Adjusted FTP form style
  • Update: Removed deprecated MaxCDN and NetDNA components and added a notice if one was used
  • Update: Removed deprecated FeedBurner
  • Fix: Comment status change error
  • Fix: Varnish flush post arguments


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, and of course our GitHub users that contributed this release.