FAQ

  • Version 3.2 and above. The ‘cache_domain’ argument enables a unique cache key to be produced when the query produced by get_terms() is stored in object cache. For instance, if you are using one of this function’s filters to modify the query (such as ‘terms_clauses’), setting ‘cache_domain’ to a unique value will not overwrite the cache for simila
  • Version 3.2 and above. The ‘cache_domain’ argument enables a unique cache key to be produced when the query produced by get_terms() is stored in object cache. For instance, if you are using one of this function’s filters to modify the query (such as ‘terms_clauses’), setting ‘cache_domain’ to a unique value will not overwrite the cache for simila
  • Version 3.2 and above. The ‘cache_domain’ argument enables a unique cache key to be produced when the query produced by get_terms() is stored in object cache.

Version 3.2 and above. The ‘cache_domain’ argument enables a unique cache key to be produced when the query produced by get_terms() is stored in object cache. For instance, if you are using one of this function’s filters to modify the query (such as ‘terms_clauses’), setting ‘cache_domain’ to a unique value will not overwrite the cache for simila