WordPress: Posts Don't Update

If you have edited a page or a post and the updates don't load, it is likely due to the WordPress Super Cache plugin. The first step to fixing this problem is uninstalling the plugin.

If uninstalling the plugin did not fix the problem, you will need to install theĀ In-Context Comment plugin.

Installing The In-Context Comment Plugin

  1. In the WordPress Dashboard, click "Plugins", then "Add New".
  2. In the search field, type "in-context comment" and click "Search Plugins".
  3. Click "Install Now", then "OK".
  4. Click "Activate Plugin".

You can configure the In-Context Comment plugin by going to "Plugins" then "ICC Configuration".

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