So I can see that EasyEngine has some rules in place for Woocommerce
And I can understand why as you don’t want someone to see their cart is empty when they add something to do it.
However, I have a couple of Woocommerce websites that are external links only. This has led to the rt-fastcgi-cache flag in Chrome’s console to show as a miss on any product page. It shows a hit (meaning it works) on the front page. . .but it’s a complete miss on the product pages.
Is there a way that I can get around this? Again, I want the site to cache the woocommerce pages just like they would any other WordPress post. There isn’t an ‘add to cart’ button for them to use as it’s all using the External Product version of a product.
If anyone has any pointers, then I would greatly appreciate it.