Speed up your site (BIG time!) — Quick Cache provides reliable page caching for WordPress. Easy-to-use (very simple installation).
The latest update will break your site if you are not using PHP3 or newer. There is no warning to check the PHP version prior to install, you just find out after the site is broken.
Fixed by: 1. Deleting Quick Cache plugin via ftp. 2. Updating site to PHP 3.
Just deleting the plugin is not enough to fix the site. Got a fatal error until I updated to PHP 3.
Am not brave enough to try re-installing this plug-in, besides, another reviewer says many of the features are gone. I will be avoiding this one in the future.
The latest update caused my site to crash.
Latest update broke site and even removing the plugin completely has not helped as getting errors in wp-includes/functions.php on line 3670, 3680 and 3683.
That will teach me for blindly doing it without checking first!!!
The latest update broke my site. Doesn't work any more. Had to go into FTP and complete remove the plugin.
The last update 26/11/13 have completely destroy my site :(
Perhaps the developer should have seen what happened with the AdRotate plugin here: http://wordpress.org/support/view/plugin-reviews/adrotate/page/3
Before he took a perfectly functioning plugin, "rewrote" it, removed half of the features, and then asks you to upgrade to the Pro version to get them back. Especially without telling anyone in the changelog that it would delete most of the features if you update.
Bad, bad, bad business model.
This plugin killed my site two days before launch! In an attempt to speed up load times, I installed this plugin. It allowed me to view the configuration options. I left everything at the recommended settings. Now, I can't even deactivate it! My entire site is offline! Even my hosting provider and site designer have no idea how to fix this!
Breaks WP. Not compatible with a number of plugins, such as All In One WP Security. Not recommended.
This plugin works, but I discovered today that Quick Cache requires the permissions of wp-config.php to be set at 777. I found this out because I run some security tests and usually I run my set up prior to changing wp-config.php permissions. This time though I did it vice versa and Quick Cache said it need my wp-config.php to be set at 777.
This is a security risk as the permissions 777 not only allow others on your server to read an important file but also permissions to change it. Being able to read it is just bad enough because wp-config.php contains your database name, database password and database user that your whole wordpress needs to run.
WordPress.org says "All files should be 644 or 640. Exception: wp-config.php should be 600 to prevent other users on the server from reading it."
Read more half way down the page under "Shared Hosting..." @ http://codex.wordpress.org/Changing_File_Permissions
I won't be using this plugin until an update is released because of the security issue.
it seems that the developer has abandon this plugin... no support
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