How does my CDN cache affect RapidLoad?
CDN caches do not interfere with RapidLoad as a new CSS file is created for each optimization.
How does the Autoptimize cache affect RapidLoad?
By default, RapidLoad optimizes Autoptimize generated CSS files. If the Autoptimize cache is cleared, RapidLoad will requeue all pages to check for changes and re-optimize if necessary.
I have a third-party caching plugin. How does it interact with RapidLoad?
If your caching plugin is set to clear whenever a page/post is updated or added or if the Cache Busting option is enabled in Advanced Settings, the process will be seamless: RapidLoad will simply re-crawl the new or updated page and optimize any new CSS it finds.
If your caching plugin does not automatically clear or if the Cache Busting option is disabled, updated pages are likely to trigger the “Clear your page cache” warning when processed.
If RapidLoad supports your plugin, you will find the “Clear Page Cache” option in the main context menu as well as the individual job menus. As of this writing, RapidLoad supports the following third-party cache plugins:
Kagg Pagespeed Module
SEO by Rank Math
W3 Total Cache
WP Fastest Cache
WP Super Cache
An up to date list of supported plugins can be found in our Github repository.