What could be more thrilling than the discovery of water on Mars?? Here at Mission Control, a close second is a new version of WP Rocket!
Version 3.1 is now in orbit and ready for docking with your website. You won’t want to miss these stellar new features!
Host Google Analytics Locally
Unless you’re a huge fan of irony, you may be tired of Google telling you to “leverage browser caching” for their own Analytics tracking files.
In 3.1 we’ve introduce a new one-click, Google Tracking add-on to take care of hosting these files locally. This means that the correct browser caching rules can be applied… “Leverage browser caching” warnings begone!
Activate it in: Add-ons > Google Tracking
If you use a CDN that means you’ll be able to serve these files from your CDN 🙂
Optimization of WooCommerce’s get refreshed fragments
If you run speed tests for your site you’ll be used to seeing that long bar for:
In WP Rocket 3.1, that request will be optimized to reduce the load time.
Activate it in: In 3.1, WP Rocket automagically optimizes and shortens this request. There’s no need to activate this feature, it just happens!
Compatibility for WPML and WooCommerce Multilingual
We also have an important new compatibility to announce between WPML and WooCommerce Multilingual. Now changing currency is caching compatible so that prices are correctly displayed. Meteor-sized thanks go to David Watkins for making that happen!
In WP Rocket 3.1 the minimum WordPress requirement has been increased from 4.2 to 4.7. The PHP requirement remains 5.4 or higher.
Version 3.1 also contains numerous other bug fixes and enhancements!
Read all the details in our changelog
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