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Charles-François D.


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You can disable the parser cache sitewide with the following in your LocalSettings.php. I do not recommend this except on small wikis:

$wgParserCacheType = CACHE_NONE;

There is an extension which supposedly let you disable the cache on a per-page basis. I have not used or tested it, and make no guarantees that they are compatible with modern versions of mediawiki: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:MagicNoCache

In addition, other extensions may disable the cache on pages they are used, such as DynamicPageList.

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Pages in MediaWiki are cached, meaning that the page is not processed on each page view, but rather only once and then the process page served to users. If you want a truly dynamic page, you can install an extension that disables the parser cache (preferably on a per-page basis), but keep in mind that doing so will slow down page views for such pages and increase server resources.

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