First, sorry about sending everyone Chinese SPAM today. It wasn’t actually SPAM, but rather the Chinese version of our blog posts.
The reason this happened is because we activated W3 Total Cache on WPML. It looks like WPML and W3TC don’t play nice together, causing all this mess to happen. We’ve disabled it for now, but we’re not giving up.
Frederick Townes, the person behind W3TC (and a few other things) has agreed to cooperate with us on making the two plugins play together.
It’s very important to us because, as far as we can tell, W3 Total Cache is the only WordPress plugin that combines state-of-the-art cache, CSS+JS compression and Content Delivery Network (CDN) support.
Now, all we need to do is make sure all these powerful features play nice with WPML.
If anyone is into caching and performance, or is just running a busy WordPress site, let us know. We’d love to get help on this, especially for testing on different configurations.