The Cache Purger


This plugin attempts to purge all server-side caching methods.

This includes the most common caching plugins, some hosting based caches, most server based caches, built-in WordPress object caches,
and even simple file based caches.


Built in automatic cache purging for the following caches:

  • Plugins
    • SiteGround Optimizer, Nginx Helper, LiteSpeed Cache, Cachify, Autoptimize, Fast Velocity Minify, WP Rocket, Swift Performance,
      Comet Cache, Hummingbird, WP Fastest Cache, WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache, Hyper Cache, WP Optimize, Cache Enabler
    • Check the changelog below for new additions…
  • Hosting / CDN
    • WPEngine, Kinsta, GoDaddy Managed WordPress, Pantheon, CloudFlare, Sucuri, RunCloud
      • Some of these are dependant on separate plugins. Please see your provider if it is necessary, or already included
      • Check the changelog below for new additions…
  • Server Based
    • PHP FPM, Zend Opcache, APC and APCU, WinCache, Pagespeed Module, nGinx, Static File Caches, Redis, Memcache, Memcached
    • Check the changelog below for new additions…
  • WordPress Built-In object caching, and persistent object caching

Purges are configurable in the settings, and include the following saves/updates/trashes:
* Posts, Pages, Custom Post Types, Categories, Taxonomies, Widgets, Menus, Plugins, Updates, Settings & Options,
GravityForms (if installed and activated), Advanced Custom Fields (if installed and activated),
WooCommerce Settings (if installed and activated)


  • Settings 1
  • Settings 2
  • Settings 3 - Showing GravityForms Activated
  • Settings 4 - Showing ACF Activated
  • Logged Purged Object


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  • The Cache Purger


  1. Download the plugin, unzip it, and upload to your sites /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    1. You can also upload it directly to your Plugins admin
    2. Or install it from the WordPress Plugin Repository
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Часто задаваемые вопросы

Why would I need this plugin?

Do you need to manually clear your server-side caches everytime you modify your site? If yes, then this is for you. It automates this process for you.

Even if you don’t, there are still some server based caches that need to be purged that this plugin attempts to take care of.


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Журнал изменений


  • Feature: Translation ready
    • Text Domain: the-cache-purger
  • Feature: now compiling everything
    • Put a check in to see if we’re debugging or not to properly queue the necessary assets
  • Fix: couple text items were not ready


  • Add: Elementor CSS Auto-Regenerate
  • Add: Divi Cache Purge
  • Update: W3 Total Cache Clearing
  • Update: WP Super Cache Clearing
  • Update: Hummingbird Cache Clearing
  • Update: Cache Enabler Clearing
  • Update: Lightspeed Cache Clearing
  • Update: Kinsta Cache Clearing
  • Update: Autoptimize Cache Clearing
  • Add: Siteground Hosting Cache Purge
  • Add: Bluehost Hosting Cache Purge
  • Add: Breezeway Hosting Cache Purge
  • Update: WP Optimize Cache Clearing


  • Fix: Strict typing for non-nullable object


  • Fix: Issue on first config if no exceptions are selected


  • Update: settings rewrite
    • Was conflicting with another plugin
  • UI Fix: convert selectables to «chosen»
  • Feature: Add API/Server settings
    • Implement: Remote Redis Clearing
    • Implement: Remote Memcache Clearing
    • Implement: Remote Memcached Clearing
    • Implement: Direct Cloudflare Clearing
    • Implement: Direct Sucuri Clearing


  • Fixed: Admin bar menu show in for non-admin capabilities.
  • Improved: Usage anywhere framework fields.
  • Updated: JS libraries (codemirror, leaflet, etc).
  • Improved: Some js and css coding.


  • Verify: Core 5.9 Compatibility
  • Fix: Array index set check
  • Feature: Implement some new hooks
    • NOTE: The actions fire off before and after each related section. They should be self-explanatory, so I will just list them all:
    • tcp_pre_purge, tcp_post_purge, tcp_pre_hosting_purge, tcp_post_hosting_purge, tcp_pre_plugin_purge,
      tcp_post_plugin_purge, tcp_pre_wp_purge, tcp_post_wp_purge, tcp_pre_php_purge, tcp_post_php_purge,
      tcp_pre_pagespeed_purge, tcp_post_pagespeed_purge, tcp_pre_nginx_purge, tcp_post_nginx_purge, tcp_pre_file_purge,


  • Fix: Tweak admin permissions
    • found an issue where a subsite admin could not administer
      the settings if the super-admin disabled Plugins in settings


  • Update: Settings
  • New: Manual Cache Purge


  • Build purging methods
  • Build out settings
  • Build out documentation
  • Build out export/import settings