A heads-up to Autoptimize users who are using Divi (and potentially other Elegant Theme’s themes); as discovered and documented by Chris, Divi purges Autoptimize’s cache every time a page/ post is published (or saved?).
To be clear; there is no reason for the AO cache being cleared at that point as:
A new page/ post does not introduce new CSS/ JS
Even if new CSS/ JS would be added somehow, AO would automatically pick up on that and create new optimized CSS/ JS.
Chris contacted Divi support to get this fixed, so this is in the ticketing queue, but if you’re using Divi and encounter slower saving of posts/ pages or Autoptimized files mysteriously disappearing then his workaround can help you until ET fixes this.
WP YouTube Lyte users might have received the following mail from Google/ YouTube:
This is to inform you that we noticed your project(s) has not accessed or used the YouTube Data API Service in the past 60 days.
Please note, if your project(s) remains inactive for another 30 days from the date of this email (November 9, 2018), we will disable your project’s access to, or use of, the YouTube API Data Service. As per Section III(D)(4) of the YouTube API Services Developer Policies (link), YouTube has the right to disable your access to, and use of, the YouTube Data API Service if your project has been inactive for 90 consecutive days.
To make sure my API access would not get disabled I ticked the “Empty WP YouTube Lyte’s cache” checkbox in LYTE’s settings, saved changes to force LYTE to re-request the data from the YT API when pages/ posts with LYTE’s being requested again. The result:
I do have a non-neglectable number of videos on this little blog already, but here’s one more for a rainy Saturday-afternoon;
Damien Jurado "Allocate" live | Amsterdam 2018, 2 Meter Sessions