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 Complete Drupal Varnish Cache 3.x/4.x integration.
 Ported from my Wordpress plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/vcaching/
 
-This plugin handles all integration with Varnish Cache. It was designed for high traffic websites.
+This plugin handles all integration with Varnish Cache.
+It was designed for high traffic websites.
 
 You can control the following from the Varnish Caching admin panel :
 
 * Enable/Disable caching
 * Homepage cache TTL
 * Cache TTL (for every other page)
-* IPs/Hosts to clear cache to support every type of Varnish Cache implementation
+* IPs/Hosts to clear cache to support all type of Varnish Cache implementation
 * Purge key based PURGE
 * Logged in cookie
 * Debugging option
@@ -33,13 +34,20 @@
 
 This plugin also auto purges Varnish Cache when your site is modified.
 
-Varnish Caching sends a PURGE request to Varnish Cache when a node is modified. This occurs when editing, publishing, commenting or deleting a node.
-Not all pages are purged every time, depending on your Varnish configuration. When a post, page, or custom post type is edited, or a new comment is added, only the following pages will purge:
+Varnish Caching sends a PURGE request to Varnish Cache when a node is modified.
+This occurs when editing, publishing, commenting or deleting a node.
+Not all pages are purged every time, depending on your Varnish configuration.
+When a post, page, or custom post type is edited, or a new comment is added,
+only the following pages will purge:
 
 * The front page
 * The node edited
 
-Varnish Cache is a web application accelerator also known as a caching HTTP reverse proxy. You install it in front of any server that speaks HTTP and configure it to cache the contents. This plugin does not install Varnish for you, nor does it configure Varnish for Drupal. It's expected you already did that on your own using the provided config files.
+Varnish Cache is a web application accelerator also known as a caching HTTP
+reverse proxy. You install it in front of any server that speaks HTTP and
+configure it to cache the contents. This plugin does not install Varnish
+for you, nor does it configure Varnish for Drupal. It's expected you already
+did that on your own using the provided config files.
 
 
 FEATURES
@@ -48,10 +56,13 @@
 Main features
 
  * admin interface, see screenshots
- * console for manual purges, supports regular expressions so you can purge an entire folder or just a single file
- * supports every type of Varnish Cache implementation, see screenshots for examples
+ * console for manual purges, supports regular expressions so you can purge
+   an entire folder or just a single file
+ * supports every type of Varnish Cache implementation, see screenshots
+   for examples
  * unlimited number of Varnish Cache servers
- * use of custom headers when communicating with Varnish Cache does not interfere with other caching plugins, cloudflare, etc
+ * use of custom headers when communicating with Varnish Cache does not
+   interfere with other caching plugins, cloudflare, etc
  * Varnish Cache configuration generator
  * purge key method so you don't need to setup ACLs
  * debugging
@@ -62,10 +73,14 @@
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  * You must install Varnish Cache on your server(s)
- * Go to the configuration generator. Fill in the backends/ACLs then download the configuration files
- * Use these configuration files to configure Varnish Cache server(s). Usually the configuration files are in /etc/varnish. In most cases you must put the downloaded configuration files in /etc/varnish and restart Varnish Cache
+ * Go to the configuration generator. Fill in the backends/ACLs
+   then download the configuration files
+ * Use these configuration files to configure Varnish Cache server(s). Usually
+   the configuration files are in /etc/varnish. In most cases you must put the
+   downloaded configuration files in /etc/varnish and restart Varnish Cache
 
- * Or use the provided Varnish Cache configuration files located in /wp-content/plugins/vcaching/varnish-conf folder.
+ * Or use the provided Varnish Cache configuration files
+   located in /wp-content/plugins/vcaching/varnish-conf folder.
 
  * Configure Varnish Caching settings in Configure » System » Varnish Caching:
     - Enable/Disable caching
@@ -84,24 +99,29 @@
 
  * Why doesn't every page flush when I make a new post?
 
-    - The only pages that should purge are the post's page, the front page, categories, and tags.
+    - The only pages that should purge are the node and the front page.
 
  * How do I manually purge the whole cache?
 
-    - Click the 'Purge cache' menu link on the "Configure/System/Varnish Caching" menu.
+    - Click the 'Purge cache' menu link on the
+      "Configure/System/Varnish Caching" menu.
 
  * How do I manually purge cache?
 
-    - Use the console. For example you can purge the whole uploads folder with the URL /uploads/.*
+    - Use the console. For example you can purge the whole uploads folder
+      with the URL /uploads/.*
 
  * Varnish Statistics
 
-    - Statistics need a special setup. More info on the Statistics tab on your Drupal environment.
+    - Statistics need a special setup. More info on the Statistics tab on
+      your Drupal environment.
 
  * How do I configure my Varnish Cache VCL?
 
-    - Use the Varnish Cache configuration generator. Fill in the backends/ACLs then download your configuration files.
-    - Or use the provided Varnish Cache configuration files located in /wp-content/plugins/vcaching/varnish-conf folder.
+    - Use the Varnish Cache configuration generator. Fill in the backends/ACLs
+      then download your configuration files.
+    - Or use the provided Varnish Cache configuration files located in
+      /wp-content/plugins/vcaching/varnish-conf folder.
 
  * Can I use this with a proxy service like CloudFlare?
 
@@ -109,10 +129,14 @@
 
     * What is logged in cookie?
 
-    - Logged in cookie is a special cookie this plugin sets upon user login. Varnish Cache uses this cookie to bypass caching for logged in users.
+    - Logged in cookie is a special cookie this plugin sets upon user login.
+      Varnish Cache uses this cookie to bypass caching for logged in users.
 
-    - This is a small step towards securing your site for denial of service attacks. Denial of service attacks can happen if the attacker bypasses Varnish Cache and hits the backend directly.
-    - With the current configuration and the way Drupal works, this can still happen with POST/AJAX requests.
+    - This is a small step towards securing your site for denial of service
+      attacks. Denial of service attacks can happen if the attacker bypasses
+      Varnish Cache and hits the backend directly.
+    - With the current configuration and the way Drupal works, this can still
+      happen with POST/AJAX requests.
 
 
 CREDITS / CONTACT

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