WordPress Perfomance Caching plugin
# February 7, 2013 at 12:30 pm
It’s just to speed the site up – there’s lots available for wordpress:
but the best speed-wise isn’t always going to be the most user friendly, so I’m just trying to get some insight in to which caching plugin people are using on client sites, if any at all.# February 7, 2013 at 8:12 pm
I’m also using W3 Total Cache on most projects. There isn’t much to it after setting up, just make sure the client knows how to empty cache if some changes are made and they don’t see them show up. Also when updating and installing plugins, you need to empty the cache.
When setting up, I just follow the instructions provided – minimizing and caching whatever possible. I’ve also used a CDN with it on my site and it speeds things up significantly.
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