Plugin incorrectly displaying the open/closed status.

Are you experiencing an issue with the Business Hours Indicator plugin displaying an incorrect open/closed status or an incorrect time? This may be caused by a caching plugin. If you are using a caching plugin like WP Rocket, W3 Total Cache, Litespeed, WP Fastest Cache, etc… then read on!

Caching plugins are a common optimization tool used to improve website performance by storing a static “fixed” version of a web page, which can then be served faster to returning visitors. However, when used in combination with a plugin like Business Hours Indicator, which displays dynamic content that changes based on time, it can result in the plugin displaying incorrect information.

To fix it, you have to enable caching support in the Business Hours plugin. To do so, log in to your WordPress admin dashboard and navigate to Settings → Business Hours Indicator Pro and enable the caching setting from the General tab:

Caching setting in Business Hours Indicator Pro

All setting are automatically saved when changed.

If this fix does not solve your issue, please get in touch with our support staff.

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