A very fast caching engine for WordPress that produces static html files.
In desperate need of a good cache engine for a non-profit on cheap hosting. So far this is the only cache engine that seems to actually work and when it does it's spitting out very fast pages with a good preload tool so the pages are ready to go when a user vists. However, unfortunately, none of that matters because it frequently results in the whole site turning into blank white pages and an inability to access anything, including admin pages. Only way to "fix" it is to turn off caching in the wp-config.php. Have tried uninstalling, reinstalling, etc. Searches reveal hundreds of people reporting the same problem... no idea what is going on here or why this issue continues to haunt so many people?
Every time I make a change to a widget area or other non-post area, I have to take time out to edit and update the page/post. It does not reduce page load time in my experience, just increase the time it takes to update content.
Don't works on my 3.7.1 WordPress.
When i activate it my plugins page become blank...
As soon as I switched caching on with this plugin the site went all blank including wp-admin. I had to go to wp-config.php manually and remove its settings.
It is nice if you don't use a refresh from Chrome or InternetExplorer.
If you do so the theme used is gone with the wind.
The idea is fine but like this you don't need it.
The worst plugin I have ever dealt with.
W3 Total Cache is the better choice
Just like many before me this plugin brought my site down for 4 hours.
It causes erratic behaviour (works fine for an hour or so, then all hell breaks loose)
Nothing about this plugin works when trying configuring with CDN via Amazon S3. It's frustrating to see that it's more complicated then it pretends to be. No documentation. All the steps are missing.
This plugin just caused the site to crash. There was plenty of disk space but it got beyond the PHP automatic cache limit.
Had to increase the Cache limit in .htaccess to fix the issue.
Doesn't appear to be an option to occasionally clear out the cache to ensure that the latest versions of the site show quickly.
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