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We are on ACF free version 4.4.12. Our website’s front page is entirely generated by ACF fields (get_field etc) — the client (a non IT person) wanted to be able to edit the home page by herself when website launched.
The website was launched recently, and already we have faced issues twice.
This time SiteGround were not able to help — restoring an old backup made no sense. I discovered this and it pointed me in the direction to solve the problem.
I was able to solve the issue by disabling Memcached in cPanel and renaming the home page slug, clearing cache — did multiple things.
For now, the website is fine. But I need to make sure this does not happen a third time 🙁
Can you guys please advise anything? What change I need to make.
I’m under fire.
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