If you’re using a reverse proxy (like Varnish or NGINX) or your hosting uses one by default, you’ll need to configure a few settings, so NitroPack can synchronize both caches for the best performance.
There are already a few hosting providers where we have additional compatibilities, and this process is usually automatic.
Here’s a list of them:
- Flywheel - see our article;
- WPX Hosting
- WP Engine
- Cloudways (manual configuration required);
- Pagely (automatic - their Pagely Cache should be enabled);
If your hosting provider is not on this list, you’ll need some information from them to complete this process.
1. Log into NitroPack’s Dashboard, go to “Settings” and click on “Integrations”.
2. Enable the Reverse Proxy integration and click on “Adjust Reverse Proxy settings”.
3. When you complete Step 2, you’ll see a new menu open up. You’ll have to fill in information like HTTP methods and a list of IPs of reverse proxy servers. Don’t worry if you don’t know what these things are. Contact your hosting provider, and they’ll give you the required information.
You can send them this screenshot to make it even easier:
Hello NitroPack Team,
IF I'm using WPML Multilanguage as subfolder and adding every language separately do I should using this option for both sitting for both languages?
Since language versions of your website are connected separately, you need to complete the reverse proxy integration process individually for each one. For example, if you have three language versions, you'll need to connect them and go through the reverse proxy integration three times.
Thank you for the question and I hope this helps.
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