Have you had issues with cart caching using a managed WordPress solution? Couldn’t figure out what was happening or why you couldn’t remove items from your cart? Were at the point of ripping your hair out trying to figure out what was causing the issue? Well if so we have the answer! There is a file known as object-cache.php that will cache all object in the site including the Woocommerce Cart. This causes issues with the cart as it brings up a cached page so the item you just deleted is cached in the system and is brought back up again over and over even though you’re hitting remove from cart.

This can also cause the cart to display the wrong order in the wrong cart while customers are checking out. To fix this issue just watch this video and follow along to get your cart working right again on all browsers. This video will show you how to do that so you can get your site back in working order and get your cart working the way it is suppose to work.

Sean Swanson

My name is Sean and I love web design amongst many other things such as motorcycles, cars, atvs and pretty much anything else with an engine. I have a passion for what I do and always want to deliver the best possible work I can deliver.I am passionate about design and love to be creative. The thing I love best is seeing what I have envisioned come to life right before my eyes. The ability to get creative with images, video, music and more.When I'm not designing or thinking about design you will most likely find me watching netflix or hanging out on Google+. I help moderate a few communities and love hanging here with all of my amazing Google+ followers and friends. The + has become like my home away from home! Each and every person I meet bringing something new to the table.Business Profile: Citation Gurus

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