How to regenerate its html file when a post is edit?

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How to regenerate its html file when a post is edit?

Post by Guest » Fri 25. Apr 2014, 07:57

After install this plugin, I can get an html file (say 10.html) in the dest dir when a post (its id is 10) is created.

But when a post existed is edited, the coresponding html file is no updated. In the "advanced" tab of "Really Static Settings", rules can be created to refresh pages, I think "Refresh page on Condition" should be what I want, but I am not familiar with it setting, can you give me a example for updating coresponding html file when a post is edit?

Another question: after a post is edited, then I change it to "after"), I try to refresh its static file in "Manual Refresh" --> "Refresh a single site manualy", I enter its url into the input box and click on the "Refresh" button, then I open the post, it is not updated as hoped.

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