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The plugin implements object level persistent caching and can be used instead of the built in WordPress
Unlike WP Super Cache, Hyper Cache and other plugins, WP File Cache does not cache the entire page; instead, it caches the data WordPress explicitly asks it to cache (using
wp_cache_xxx() API functions).
Although this means that the performance will be less than with, say, WP Super Cache, all your pages remain dynamic.
WP File Cache won't help you much if the plugins or theme you are using do not use WordPress Cache API. This is by design, since the plugin tries to play nice. However, for most WordPress installations this will not be critical.
|[Plugin: WP File Cache] DB Cache Reloaded||7||janbletz||1 year|
|[Plugin: WP File Cache] Issue with Transient Value||7||Adam Capriola||1 year|
|[Plugin: WP File Cache] Need a new option||1||LadyLord||2 years|
|w3-total-cache VS wp-file-cache||2||Frederick Townes||2 years|
|[resolved] [Plugin: WP File Cache] Wp-file-cache increases memory usage?||2||Vladimir Kolesnikov||2 years|
|[resolved] [Plugin: WP File Cache] Great Plugin Need more details||5||xinfo||2 years|
|[Plugin: WP File Cache] PLEASE HELP ME||3||topstarnec||2 years|
|[Plugin: WP File Cache] Plugin not caching persistently||6||shidouhikari||2 years|
|[Plugin: WP File Cache] This plugin slows mysite||4||Vladimir Kolesnikov||2 years|
|[resolved] "WP File Cache" and "Custom field template"||4||shidouhikari||2 years|
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