correcting typo
correcting typo

--- a/varnish-conf/v3/README.rst
+++ b/varnish-conf/v3/README.rst
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
 limiting what can run on the web backend and without customizing the
 configuration for each customer.
 
-See `wordpress-example.vcl` for an example of how to use this collection
+See `default.vcl` for an example of how to use this collection
 of VCLs to configure Varnish for a WordPress site.
 
 
@@ -97,9 +97,9 @@
 	}
 
 There are several different possible behaviors of HTTP purging which can be
-controlled with the X-Purge-Method HTTP header.  This config will be smart
+controlled with the X-VC-Purge-Method HTTP header.  This config will be smart
 and attempt to automatically pick the best method based on the URL if you
-don't use an X-Purge-Method header.  See the comments in `lib/purge.vcl` for
+don't use an X-VC-Purge-Method header.  See the comments in `lib/purge.vcl` for
 details.
 You can also use the X-VC-Purge-Key method. Generate a MD5/SHA-256 hash and fill it on line
 if (req.http.X-VC-Purge-Key == "hash-to-be-filled-in") {

--- a/varnish-conf/v3/lib/purge.vcl
+++ b/varnish-conf/v3/lib/purge.vcl
@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@
                 call purge_page;
             }
         } else {
-            # No X-Purge-Method header was specified.
+            # No X-VC-Purge-Method header was specified.
             # Do our best to figure out which one they want.
             if (req.url ~ "\.\*" || req.url ~ "^\^" || req.url ~ "\$$" || req.url ~ "\\[.?*+^$|()]") {
                 call purge_regex;

--- a/varnish-conf/v4/README.rst
+++ b/varnish-conf/v4/README.rst
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
 limiting what can run on the web backend and without customizing the
 configuration for each customer.
 
-See `wordpress-example.vcl` for an example of how to use this collection
+See `default.vcl` for an example of how to use this collection
 of VCLs to configure Varnish for a WordPress site.
 
 
@@ -97,9 +97,9 @@
 	}
 
 There are several different possible behaviors of HTTP purging which can be
-controlled with the X-Purge-Method HTTP header.  This config will be smart
+controlled with the X-VC-Purge-Method HTTP header.  This config will be smart
 and attempt to automatically pick the best method based on the URL if you
-don't use an X-Purge-Method header.  See the comments in `lib/purge.vcl` for
+don't use an X-VC-Purge-Method header.  See the comments in `lib/purge.vcl` for
 details.
 You can also use the X-VC-Purge-Key method. Generate a MD5/SHA-256 hash and fill it on line
 if (req.http.X-VC-Purge-Key == "hash-to-be-filled-in") {

--- a/varnish-conf/v4/lib/purge.vcl
+++ b/varnish-conf/v4/lib/purge.vcl
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@
                 call purge_page;
             }
         } else {
-            # No X-Purge-Method header was specified.
+            # No X-VC-Purge-Method header was specified.
             # Do our best to figure out which one they want.
             if (req.url ~ "\.\*" || req.url ~ "^\^" || req.url ~ "\$$" || req.url ~ "\\[.?*+^$|()]") {
                 call purge_regex;

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