I’m developing a website based on wordpress with a paywall. The authentication comes from an external service that tells me some information about the user. That means also that I don’t use WP users for that purpose.
The client wants to move the site on kinsta, but I remember that the caching is very “intrusive” and are in place some exceptions but only for woocommerce. It’s possible to ask for a custom cookie to bypass the page-level caching? For example, if the request has custom_login_cookie set, then the page-level caching is ignored.
Hi @llago Welcome to the Kinsta Community!
We’re happy to help. If you need to bypass our page cache based on a specific cookie, we’ve got you covered with a custom NGinx rule. You can get in touch with our Support team to get the Nginx custom rule set up on your website.
Thanks @Adrian_L !
I will try and I will update this thread with my solution. Maybe it can help other people searching for something similar.
Have a nice day
Sounds good @llago !
Please take your time, and sure you can update this thread and share with the working solution you have later on (when available)! Thank you! that would surely help us all in the future (that may run into the same/similar case or issue)!