Prestashop clear Cache

Clear Prestashop Cache

If you make changes in PrestaShop, they often do not appear immediately because old information is cached. Emptying the cache of the application is the solution. Simply delete the contents of these folders to delete the cached data from Prestashop. The cache can also be disabled or managed as PrestaShop caches information in the administration area of the application -> Preferences ->

Performance. The PrestaShop themes use the Smarty PHP template engine.

PressShop 1.6.x. How to clear the Smart Cache

If you have a new design or if you have modified the shop's interface and do not see any changes, this is a work-around for you.... Login to the Prestashop administration area. Make Force comple t Yes, deactivate the cache and make changes.

In order to clear the cache manual, you need to open your Prestashop install folder and clear the contents of the following folders: Erase all directories except index.php. REMARK: Smart Cache for CSS captures all your custom style sheets and merges them into one single cache. For this reason, you may not see any changes on your website after you have edited your style sheets for the design.

Login to the Prestashop administration area. Locate the CCC (Combine, Compress and Cache) section. Deactivate the Smart Cache for CSS and other CCC option if they are activated. Locate the themes/themeXXX/cache directory (xxx is the topic number) of your PrestaShop install and remove all contents except the index.php from it.

You now know how to clear the Smarty cache in PrestaShop 1.6.

To empty the cache in PrestaShop

If you make changes in PrestaShop, they often do not appear immediately because old information is saved in the cache. Emptying the cache of the executable is the answer. PressShop 1.6.x and higher saves Smarty files. The buffered files are saved in the following directories: All are in your PrestaShop install directory.

In order to erase PrestaShop's buffered information by hand, erase the contents of these directories other than the index.php and refresh your website in your web-browser to see the changes you've made. Use FTP or the Manage Disk in cPanel to clean the cPanel. The cache can also be deactivated or deleted via the administration pane of your applications -> Extended parameters -> Service.

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