Wordpress - W3 Total Cache Settings

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  1. Stig's Avatar

    Stig said:

    Default Wordpress - W3 Total Cache Settings

    I created a website in Wordpress and when clicking between pages it is slooooooowwwwwww. Disabled all plugins, no difference, changed theme, no difference.

    I have reported this to the web host - Dreamhost, who are based in the US, and the majority of the website user base is in the UK. This naturally got me thinking about using a CDN, and then after doing some digging around I realised that I can use the free version of CloudFlare with my hosting - happy days indeed.

    Anyways, couple this with the W3 Total Cache plugin which can also be configure to CloudFlare and even better.

    I dropped on the following website, which gives step by step settings for W3 Total Cache. This may come in handy to some of you, even if you don't configure it to use CloudFlare as well.

    Hope it helps!

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    stefi234 said:

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    Hi,
    With W3 total cache i had issues too and i needed to fix it. I was not getting cache and index my some of the pages of website. I know w3 total cache is good but i think there are some more plugins we should use. But thank you for your post.
     
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    Lou_smorals said:

    Default Re: Wordpress - W3 Total Cache Settings

    Quote Originally Posted by stefi234 View Post
    Hi,
    With W3 total cache i had issues too and i needed to fix it. I was not getting cache and index my some of the pages of website. I know w3 total cache is good but i think there are some more plugins we should use. But thank you for your post.
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