Caching posts to make wordpress faster
I see that every post you click on it will be loaded from beginning (or it just looks like...).
Is it possible to allow authors to select which posts (select box in post editor) will be cached (somewhere...)? Many posts are static, and most probably they will not be changed in the future (specially those where comments are turned off...).
And all visitors who want to see these posts will get post content from memory, not from database.
I think, it will speed up blog rapidly...
Caching solutions are plugin territory. And, there's already a number of a great caching plugins for all sorts of needs and setups.
Built-in caching with WordPress is troublesome because of so many different types of setups, sometimes even slowing down sites rather than speeding them up.
I don't believe you need any knowledge of server configuration if you do just a simple disk cache, right?
For that you only need a folder name, and
the length of time to cache pages in that folder.
Seems easy in concept. I'm hoping this can be done.
Other powerful CMS's come with built-in disk caching as a standard feature.
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