January 31, 2013 at 3:01 pm #20737elehostMember
RE “@elehost, Do you have “Object Caching” enabled in your W3 Total Cache settings? “, yes I did have that enabled. I have turned it off and both Emember and the Lightbox settings work fine now. I take it this needs to be off as I could not find a setting that was obvious to allow it to work with it on.
Thanks for your help.January 31, 2013 at 11:18 pm #20738
Hi, Yes the object caching can cause intermittent issues if the settings object of the plugin is cached. So it is best to keep it off. Object caching can cause a few other issues in general so my recommendation is to not enable this option on your site. Object caching and DB caching are one of those things that can cause you more harm if all the stars do not align correctly. Anyway, we have made some changes in our plugin’s settings object which will remove this intermittent issue that you saw when using object caching with W3 Total Cahce plugin. So going forward there should be no issue with object caching and our plugins.March 14, 2013 at 3:43 pm #20739interlinkusa1Member
Your Instructions for Integration Steps for W3 Total Cache Plugin
Simply add the following 3 lines in the “Rejected Cookies” field of the “Page Cache Settings” menu of the W3 Total Cache plugin and all done:
I don’t see any place to add the above. Please let me know the settings to do in the latest W3 Total Cache PluginMarch 14, 2013 at 11:23 pm #20740
I think they have slightly changed the interface in their latest version. You can find the Rejected Cookies field by going to:
W3 Total Cache -> Page Cache -> Scroll down to the “Advanced” SectionApril 6, 2013 at 5:42 pm #20741WolfgangMember
Hi, I think w3 total cache has changed since the helpful article was written, as I can’t find any advance settings that I can put the recommended strings into.April 7, 2013 at 2:52 am #20742
Make sure you are using the latest version of W3 Total Cache plugin (go to the plugins menu to verify this). Latest W3 Total Cache version as of now is v0.9.2.8
If you are on that version then go to the “Page Cache” menu and scroll down and you will find a section called “Advanced”. Alternatively, search for the “Rejected cookies” text in the page cache menu.April 21, 2013 at 3:11 pm #20743
I agree with the previous user, something must have changed in the lastest W3 Cache plugin. On Page Cache there is no section called Advanced OR Rejected Cookies. Any ideas?April 21, 2013 at 11:27 pm #20744
There is a field called “Rejected cookied”. I have verified it just now.
Have you done the following?
1) Go to the “Page Cache” menu by clicking on the “page cache” menu link.
2) Then search for the word “Rejected cookies”April 26, 2013 at 9:39 pm #20745
I have the latest version of the plugin. When I click on PAGE CACHE I get this page and I am adding a screen capture so you can see, but there is nothing that says REJECTED COOKIES as you will see in this quick video I made to show you:
Thanks for your help,April 26, 2013 at 11:57 pm #20746
I see the confusion now. You weren’t going to the “page cache” menu by clicking on it on the left hand side menu. Click on the “Page Cache” menu link on the left had side (not the one inside the general settings). I have added a screenshot in the first post of this topic so you can see where to click.April 27, 2013 at 2:55 am #20747
Oh I see! Thanks so much for your help!May 1, 2013 at 11:49 pm #20748
Is there any code you may have so I could edit the code of the script little bit to solve this in a more permanent manner? I noticed that if I flush WP3 Total Cache manually every day the problem does not appear, but if I miss a day, sooner or later it causes this SECURITY CHECK FAIL ON LOGIN.May 2, 2013 at 1:48 am #20749
The WP Nonce security check is valid for 24 hours (emember uses this for extra check in the login form). You can read more about WP nonce here:
Is your cache settings set to clear/expire in 24 hours? If you are not doing that then it will cause the issue you explained. So check your page cache settings and make sure it is set to expire in 24 hours or less and you should be good.May 2, 2013 at 5:57 pm #20750
Oh I see. So if I am not wrong, in W3 Total Cache I should go to Page Cache and Browser Cache and set it to expire sooner. I just changed both values to 3600 seconds. Is this what I should be doing? Thanks so much for your help!
JulioMay 3, 2013 at 1:32 am #20751
Yeah that value should be good (that is the default value set by W3 Total Cache plugin when you first install it).
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