I was pointed this way for help from the 501 Tech NYC Facebook group, where I got some ideas to work with but no definitive answer to this question, and I'm hoping you folks will be able to help!
I have a page on my website that needs to not be stored in the user's browser's cache. Every solution I find calls for either PHP or <meta> tags in the <head>, and those are kind of tricky options on a Wordpress-based site for a single page. Any suggestions for what I can do to ensure that one single page of my site doesn't get cached?
I'm currently investigating whether a plugin like WP Super Cache would help, at one suggestion, and I'm also considering whether I can get away with just adding the appropriate PHP to this post type as a whole without it slowing down my site. I do have FTP access to my site and a staging site to play with, so I can try just about anything!
Thanks for your help,
One other note is that you can pretty easily target specific Pages in WordPress and put meta tags in the head. Here's a snippet showing putting meta tags in the head. You'll need to change some of the details like the page's ID and which meta tags you want to use.
Hope this helps!