Purge Nginx cache automatically after making website changes. Uses the HestiaCP API.
|Author:||Jakob Bouchard (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.8|
|WordPress version tested:||5.8.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||21-09-2021|
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This plugin automatically purges the Nginx cache after you make a website change such as updating a post or changing your theme.
The automatic purge functionality works for websites using HestiaCP.
To configure the plugin, go in Settings > Hestia Nginx Cache and fill in the fields!
v-generate-api-key on your machine. Do note that API keys have FULL admin access.
This should have been fixed with 1.1.0, please update if you haven’t done so.
Not as of right now, but I might consider adding it in the future.
Yes, you can. Once the plugin is installed and activated, you will see a “Purge Hestia Nginx Cache” button in the admin bar.
You can try to resolve the problem by purging the cache, deactivating the plugin, or disabling Nginx caching in Hestia.
If you are using Cloudflare and get an error when purging the cache, enter the hostname of the Hestia install in the settings, not the site URL.
That’s not a question, but okay! I don’t have much experience with programming WordPress plugins, so the code might be shit at some places. I might refactor the plugin at some point, but for now it works.
- Changed the way purges are done, so that they are done only once per post instead of 10+ times.
- Hide password in frontend.
- Initial release.