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WordPress 3.0 and DB Cache Reloaded plugin conflict

By on Jun 18, 2010 in Personal | 3 comments

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WordPress 3.0 ‘Thelonious’ was released yesterday. Haven’t got time to play around and see the changes yet – I’ll do so once my exams are done. For now, I’ve only upgraded my personal blog as a guinea pig, and I’m waiting to see if any issues crop up before upgrading MAD TV and The Stag websites. Excited about the custom post type feature that allows you to give unique formatting to different media types in posts (somewhat like what Tumblr does).

The only problem that I have had so far is that the plugin DB Cache Reloaded causes a problem with WordPress 3.0. If you’re logged in as an administrator, and go the post creation page, you’ll find that all links that have JavaScript actions associated with them would have stopped working. You can still jump between top-level admin menus, but expand buttons and any other link that uses JavaScript stops working (such as links to edit/quick edit, delete). For now, I have disabled DB Cache Reloaded until this bug is ironed out. Thus you might find my blog slowing down again over the next few days / week(s).


  1. alfiesaden

    January 4, 2012

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    hi there – is it just me !! can any one explain why when i type in the yahoo browser “” i get a different site yet whe i type it in google its ok? could this be a bug in my system or is any one else having same probs ?

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