I am facing issue with FPC, login and register pages, are adding in Page Cache, I need to disable it.

I have idea that if we add cacheable="false" in any one of block that is used in login/register page then whole page would be excluded from Page Cache.

Is it a good way of disabling cache on specific page or is there any other way around to do this?

  • Thanks for shareing Abhishek, but I don't want to disable blocks, that could be done using hole punching or placeholder. I want do disable whole login and register page, not just block Mar 21, 2019 at 6:02
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    adding a cacheable="false" into any block will automatically makes the entire page not to be cached so you can add that if you want it for the entire page & if you want it for a specific block you can go with the above link thanks! Mar 21, 2019 at 6:15
  • Thanks Abhishek :) what cacheable="false" will do, already described in my question. My main question is, is it a good way to disable cache on page like this, or is there any other Magento way of disable cache for specific page. Mar 21, 2019 at 6:21
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    cacheable="false" is the way to do it. best practice Mar 21, 2019 at 7:50

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After some research and comments of Phillipp Sander, I have concluded that cacheable="false" is to good approach to make any page exclude from full page cache.

For login page, I have updated customer_account_login.xml file in my theme and updated this line:

<block class="Magento\Customer\Block\Form\Login" name="customer_form_login" template="Magento_Customer::form/login.phtml" cacheable="false">

For signup page, I have updated customer_account_create.xml file in my theme and updated this line:

<block class="Magento\CustomerCustomAttributes\Block\Form" template="Magento_CustomerCustomAttributes::form/userattributes.phtml" name="customer_form_user_attributes" cacheable="false">

This worked for me. Hope it will helpful for others too :)

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