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Features / Usability

'|cache' directive (vs. '|nocache') in wiki link syntax

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I understand nocache usage:
[http://www.blah.com/blah.html|Blah Page|nocache]

But I'd like to enable caching on a one by one basis such as:
[http://www.blah.com/blah.html|Blah Page|cache]

...which as far as I can tell does not work. To make it even more complicated, I presume this would require some fancy footwork to implement as I want the cache mechanism as indicated by the admin options to explicitly not be enabled as this would therefore cause sitewide caching (which I do not want) nor do I want to enforce the requirement for every other link to specify the |nocache directive which unnecessary burden for users (which I also do not want).

Ohhh Tiki dev gurus...is this possible to implement, or is there already a way to do this that I am not aware of??


I would also have expected for the caching feature to work on an individual basis but since I always have caching switched on, it never bothered me. I am assuming that 'caching' is an 'on/off' thing where there's no in between. Once it's enabled it is defaulting to always caching in which case you must specify nocache to make exceptions.



United States
Yes, you are right, caching does not work on an individual basis from what I can tell, and is currently a "On with nocache to make exceptions" approach. Problem is I don't want to have caching being the default, but just for certain special pages.

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