I’m using EasyEngine with WordPress and fastcgi_cache. Have set it up with W3 Total Cache, but with Page Cache off. Also using the Pagespeed module.
On the site I’m using the Adrotate Pro Plugin for WordPress (https://ajdg.solutions/products/adrotate-for-wordpress/), to be able to schedule my different ads to a max number of views per day. This because I have campaigns running for a certain period, and the advertisers only wants a maximum number of views per day.
Problem is, I don’t know how to exclude the Adrotate Pro part of a page from fastcgi_cache. According to the plugin developer, the caching prevents the php code that executes the count views function to work properly (see support thread here).
So, to be clear: The problem is that Adrotate Pro won’t count the ad views properly, and thus not stopping the ad display at the daily threshold.
Is there a way to specify for instance a div with a certain class or ID to be excluded from the fastcgi_cache? This way, I think the counting would work…