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    Yan Chow

    I’ve started to work with W3 Total Cache during the development of a new website. I’m running into a problem that I’d like to find out more about. As I develop with the Divi Visual Builder, I’m discovering that when W3 Total Cache is activated, the Divi developmental pages take forever to load their plugins, etc. in the Divi Builder — to the point where I have to deactivate W3 Total Cache. The moment I deactivate W3 Total Cache, everything returns to normal. Is it a known problem that W3 Total Cache interferes with Divi Builder? If so, should I activate W3 Total Cache only after all development is completed? And if it’s activated, might it cause problems with my Divi-based WordPress site? Thank you for any insights.

    Jesse Owens

    Hello Yan Chow-

    Usually you can resolve conflicts between W3 Total Cache and Divi Builder by disabling minification for logged-in users.

    Navigate to Performance > Minify and check the option near the top Disable minify for logged in users, then click Save Settings & Purge Caches.

    I hope this helps! This works for most Divi users, but please let us know if you’re still having trouble, and we can dig deeper.


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