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About Dougal Campbell

Dougal is a web developer, and a “Developer Emeritus” for the WordPress platform. When he’s not coding PHP, Perl, CSS, JavaScript, or whatnot, he spends time with his wife, three children, a dog, and a cat in their Atlanta area home.

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21 Responses to Quick Tip: Faster WordPress News

  1. Mark says:

    You appear to have a typo in your code. Shouldn’t the add_filter line read like this (e.g. remove that extra closing parentheses):
    add_filter( 'wp_feed_cache_transient_lifetime', 'dc_reschedule_rss_fetch', 10, 2 );

    • Dougal says:

      Yes, thank you for pointing it out. I’ve corrected the code.

      I cut-and-pasted from a terminal window, and it cut the end of that line off. When I manually “fixed” it, I introduced the extra close-paren by accident.

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  6. Lashon says:

    Hello,
    These lines made a big bug on my blog. Two hours after, the content don’t display for some of my posts. Only the content are not visible anymore.

  7. Barbara says:

    Sehr guter Artikel. Übrigens ist Dein Blog immer einen Besuch wert. Ich komme gern wieder hier vorbei.

  8. Bianchi Holsters says:

    Hello,
    These lines made a big bug on my blog

  9. Wow every two hours? Once a day would be enough for me 🙂

  10. Thanks for the code. I will make use of it right now.

  11. Therealnews says:

    Thanks for the info. I am switching to wordpress soon and have been searching for information so I can get it properly setup. This will help with keeping things up to date. Thanks.

  12. This is such a good discussion. I’m sure lots of readers are enjoying this.

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