The definitions are straight forward and simple. You just setup the url parameters for each rule and if they match, caching will be turned off for anything that is called with these parameters.
Example rules for com_content (each line is a separate rule that will fire upon match):
The first rule will prevent caching for the whole com_content extension, while the 2nd rule will prevent caching for a specific article. The 3rd rule will prevent caching for all article details (because of the ?).
Keep in mind that the above rules need to be written in parameter form, even if there is SEF enabled. This means you will need to know the parameters an extension accepts!
A bit of documentation on the Website would even help more, as the forum is a general forum and there is no specific CacheControl section.
thank you. We are currently creating a new site and this plugin will get its own place there of course. Feel free to post in the general forums for now.
Very easy to install and use too - as Chris Maes says below, just enable it and add :
and it fixes a long-term Chronoforms problem I was having.
Hope to use it to fix some other problems I was having with the cache.
Thanks a lot Crosstec guys.
Actually I was going to give less rating for the lack of documentation, but I figure out how to use it in the first try.
By entering "event=submit" in the configuration textbox I was able to achieve the wanted results. A bit more documentation (in the plugin or on the website) would've been helpful, but overall a good plugin.