Staticize Reloaded is a plugin to make your site faster by caching the output of some WordPress pages. It creates a unique key based on the page varia
Probably not, WordPress is fast enough that caching usually only adds a few milliseconds of performance that isn't really perceptible by users. Some reasons you may want to use Staticize Reloaded:
Staticize Reloaded adds some stats to the very end of a page in the HTML, so you can view source to see the time it took to generate a page and rather it was cached or not. Remember that the cache is created on demand, so the first time you load a page it'll be generated from the database.
Make sure that you deactivated compression on the Miscellaneous options screen and that gzip encoding is turned off on the PHP level
There are two ways to do this, you can have functions that say dynamic or include entire other files. To have a dynamic function in the cached PHP page use this syntax around the function:
<!--mfunc function_name('parameter', 'another_parameter') --> <?php function_name('parameter', 'another_parameter') ?> <!--/mfunc-->
The HTML comments around the mirrored PHP allow it to be executed in the static page. To include another file try this:
<!--mclude file.php--> <?php include_once(ABSPATH . 'file.php'); ?> <!--/mclude-->
That will include file.php under the ABSPATH directory, which is the same as where your
wp-config.php file is located.