Allows user to cache output of any shortcode by adding a
cache attribute to it. For example, cache output of
shortcode like this:
Also try out my other plugins:
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- tinySocial – a plugin to display social sharing links to Facebook/Twitter/etc. via shortcodes
- tinyTOC – a plugin auto-generate tables of content for posts with many chapter headlines.
- tinyIP – Premium – stop WordPress users from sharing login information, force users to be logged in only from one device at a time.
An enormous amount of coffee was consumed while developing these plugins, so if you like what you get, please consider supporting me on Patreon.
- Install via
WP Admin > Plugins > Add Newor download a .zip file and upload via FTP to
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- (optional) Modify options via
WP Admin > Settings > ShortCache, if needed.
- In the shortcode You want to cache, add a
- (optional) You can define a custom cache interval by passing that to the attribute like this:
– this will be cached for 5 hours.
- (optional) You can also define a custom cache scope by passing a
. This will create different caches for every user and every post.