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.
The newest update for W3 Total Cache is here and we will continue to do our part in helping to speed up the web and your WordPress websites while we continually help to improve the user experience for all your visitors.
With this patch release we’ve fixed reported issues and also made some improvements to the following:
- Fixed Syntax problems with curly braces that is deprecated in PHP 7.4
- Fixed the ability to create a wp-content/cache folder when it is missing
- Fixed broken admin bar when global $posts contain non-array
- Fixed WP 5.3 issue where Auto Minify was skipping async js scripts added by WP
- Added support for separate configs for multisite domain mapping that supports separate CDNs per site when network-enabled
- Added ability to remove emojis to help increase performance
- Added protection from invalid regex in “Never Cache following pages” option
In our public repository on GitHub, you can review our source code, post issues, and even submit pull requests if you wish to contribute to the project. You are welcome to join us there, and we really appreciate all users that have contributed in both the past and present. Have an idea for a feature suggestion? Drop by and let us know!
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.