WP Total Cache Plugin: Install and Setup Guide for Beginners

Website Page Speed is very important factor to optimize your website seo friendly. Slow loading website page will lead to high bounce rate and also annoy users. As per Kissmetrics Infographic, Loading time of a webpage should not be more than 3 seconds. Website Page Speed is the most important ranking factor, which Google consider for high rankings in search engines.

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In WordPress, there are many Cache Plugins (like WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache) helps to improve website/blog’s loading time.

We will now understand the steps to use W3 Total Cache plugin for your website/blog.

  1. Install W3 Total Cache

You can download/search plugin from WordPress plugins. Search “W3 Total Cache” from the “Add new plugin” section, download and activate the plugin.

  1. Configure W3 Total Cache

Once you have activated W3 Total Cache, go to Performance > General and enable everything you want to cache. When you are done, click on “Save all settings”.

WP Super Cache Plugin

Page Cache:

wp super page cache

Database Cache:

database cache

Object Cache:

wp super object cache

Browser Cache:

wp super browser cache

Page Cache: essential settings are checked.

wp super page cache settingMinify:

minify wp super cache

Database Cache:

database cache wp super

Now Save all settings

W3 Total Cache offers extensions for a few popular WordPress plugins & themes such as Yoast SEO, Genesis, CloudFlare & Feedburner.

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