Cloudflare Page Cache

Description

Integrates with the “Edge Cache HTML” Cloudflare Worker to edge-cache the generated HTML for anonymous users (not logged-in) resulting in huge performance gains, particularly on slower hosting.

Installation

FROM YOUR WORDPRESS DASHBOARD

  1. Visit “Plugins” → Add New
  2. Search for “Cloudflare Page Cache”
  3. Activate Cloudflare Page Cache from your Plugins page.

FROM WORDPRESS.ORG

  1. Download Cloudflare Page Cache
  2. Upload the “cloudflare-page-cache” directory to your “/wp-content/plugins/” directory, using ftp, sftp, scp etc.
  3. Activate Cloudflare Page Cache from your Plugins page.

Reviews

July 12, 2019
Pretty amazing on how good it works. It turned down my FTTP to 800ms to 300ms
January 8, 2019
Though I've spent time tuning my server for performance, with Cloudfare, this simple plugin plus a Cloudflare Worker does boost TTFB enough to be worth the added $5+ per month.
December 29, 2018
This lightweight plugin works well to improve site load times in parallel with the (paid) worker feature of Cloudflare. For most smaller sites this will cost around $5 a month, and the price scaling is very reasonable. Have been running it without issue for a few days and page load times are noticeably improved. Just waiting access to the Cloudflare KV program so it doesn't have to flush the cache every time I update a post or reply to a comment.
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Contributors & Developers

“Cloudflare Page Cache” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors