Crawls your website-pages based on google XML sitemap (google-sitemap-generator). If you have a caching plugin this will keep your cache warm. Speeds
Crawls your website-pages based on google XML sitemap (google-sitemap-generator). If you have a caching plugin this will keep your cache warm.
Speeds up your site.
Compatible with following elements: < sitemap > < url >
All urls in your sitemap will be visited by the plugin to keep the cache up to date.
Will show average page load times and pages visited.
Needs google XML sitemap to read the generated XML file.
Needs a cronjob (wget or curl) to call the plugin.
* Coding by MijnPress.nl
* Crawl script idea by http://blogs.tech-recipes.com/johnny/2006/09/17/handling-the-digg-effect-with-wordpress-caching/
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- Upload directory
- Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
- Visit Plugins menu to mass delete your tags.
Added: Support for sub-sitemaps using < sitemap > format (as used in Beta of Google XML sitemaps). Thanks to Pascal90.de!
Changed: Random password call as mentioned by swanzai http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-warm-cache-how-to-call-this-plugin-correctly
How to run a cronjob?
Ask your webhost how to set up a get call using wget or curl
I have set up the cronjob but the stats table on the plugin page remains empty.
If you have object caching such as W3 total cache, the statistics cannot be read.
A help topic about this is placed on the support forums. Note that the script is crawling your XML file (check your webhosts access log), but you cannot see the statistics.
I have a lot of questions and I want support where can I go?
The support forums over here, drop me a tweet to notify me of your support topic over here.
I always check my tweets, so mention my name with @ramonfincken and your problem.