Powerful Caching

  1. louse101


    Anyone who knows about caching probably has WP Cache installed. If not, they should - it's an absolute God-send if you get Dugg or if you're on a poorer server with a fair number of visitors.

    Either WP should develop a caching system just like WP Cache, or perhaps writing WP Cache into the software, or as a bundled plugin.

    I feel many users may be on cheap-ass-hell servers in order to get their own domain but without paying more than a few pennies a year. These users are more likely to be the ones who don't give much though to server optimisation or who don't know a great deal about how MySQL works. To include a simple but powerful caching system like WP Cache would be great for users, beginner or advanced.

    Posted: 13 years ago #
  2. Nicki Faulk


    I love WP Cache, but its biggest downside is that you also use a Theme Switcher, WP Cache (or any similar plugin) will not show the updated theme.

    I'd love for there to be a workaround to that so I could reinstall Theme Switcher again!

    Posted: 13 years ago #
  3. Ozh


    I think WP-Cache is very very great and should be core.

    One think I'd like is better support for dynamic parts. Currently the <!--mfunc func('param') --> is not very easy nor intuitive (not to mention weirdly named: what 'mfunc' is supposed to mean?)

    Posted: 13 years ago #
  4. Jeff Chandler

    WP Cache appears to not be under active development anymore. It's best to use WP Super Cache or W3 Total Cache. Still, neither of them or WP Cache has been integrated into core.

    Posted: 10 years ago #

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