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Serving Cached Why is serving cached content to logged in users against recommendations?

I wasam keen to get some more information on Cachedcached pages.

I currently have a store through wordpress/woocommerce and use hummingbird to cache pages.

On of the options is to opt to serve cached pages to logged in users and suggests allowing this could cause issues.

when I searched google on this subject, there where a lot of site owners asking how to stop serving cached content to logged in users...

I notice, however, that if i am not logged in, the pages load quickly as im receiving the cached version, when I log in, there is a noticeable increase in page load time.

Is this a genuine issue, is it genuinely recommended that I do not serve cached pages to logged in users? if so, could someone explain why? potential pros/cons etc?

Serving Cached content to logged in users

I was keen to get some more information on Cached pages.

I currently have a store through wordpress/woocommerce and use hummingbird to cache pages.

On of the options is to opt to serve cached pages to logged in users and suggests allowing this could cause issues.

when I searched google on this subject, there where a lot of site owners asking how to stop serving cached content to logged in users...

I notice, however, that if i am not logged in, the pages load quickly as im receiving the cached version, when I log in, there is a noticeable increase in page load time.

Is this a genuine issue, is it genuinely recommended that I do not serve cached pages to logged in users? if so, could someone explain why? potential pros/cons etc?

Why is serving cached content to logged in users against recommendations?

I am keen to get some more information on cached pages.

I currently have a store through wordpress/woocommerce and use hummingbird to cache pages.

On of the options is to opt to serve cached pages to logged in users and suggests allowing this could cause issues.

when I searched google on this subject, there where a lot of site owners asking how to stop serving cached content to logged in users...

I notice, however, that if i am not logged in, the pages load quickly as im receiving the cached version, when I log in, there is a noticeable increase in page load time.

Is this a genuine issue, is it genuinely recommended that I do not serve cached pages to logged in users? if so, could someone explain why? potential pros/cons etc?

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Serving Cached content to logged in users

I was keen to get some more information on Cached pages.

I currently have a store through wordpress/woocommerce and use hummingbird to cache pages.

On of the options is to opt to serve cached pages to logged in users and suggests allowing this could cause issues.

when I searched google on this subject, there where a lot of site owners asking how to stop serving cached content to logged in users...

I notice, however, that if i am not logged in, the pages load quickly as im receiving the cached version, when I log in, there is a noticeable increase in page load time.

Is this a genuine issue, is it genuinely recommended that I do not serve cached pages to logged in users? if so, could someone explain why? potential pros/cons etc?