How To Disable Divi Static CSS Cache On Single Pages & Posts

Sometimes, the Divi Static CSS Cache doesn’t play well with all pages and posts. But instead of turning it off for the entire website (risking your pagespeed score), you can simply disable it on the single pages and posts where the Divi cache causes problems. Here is how.

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Disabling Divi Static CSS File Generation on a single page or post

  1. Edit the page or post where you want to disable the Divi Static CSS Cache with the Divi Visual Builder
  2. Click the purple circle with three dots in the bottom center to expand the Divi Builder menu
  3. Click the purple cogwheel icon to open the page settings
    Expand the Divi Builder menu and click the cogwheel to edit the page settings💡 Using the Divi Backend Builder? Then you’ll find the page settings cogwheel in the right side of the purple top bar.
  4. Go to Advanced » Performance and switch the toggle to OFF to disable the Static CSS File Generation on the page or post
    Disable Divi static css file cache on a single page or post in the Divi page settings under Advanced » Performance
  5. Click the green check mark button and don’t forget to save the page or post to save your settings.

That’s it! The Divi Static CSS Files Cache is now disabled for the specific page/post. You can do this for all posts types that are edited with the Divi Builder.

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