WordPress.org

Plugin Directory

WP Performance Pack

Boost WordPress performance: Faster localization, (on the fly) dynamic image resizing and CDN support for images.

How do I check if caching works?

Caching only works when using alternative MO implementation. To check if the cache works, activate WPPP debugging (requires Debug Bar) Plugin). This adds the panel WP Performance Pack to the Debug Bar. Textdomains using MO_dynamic implementation show information about translations loaded from cache. If no translations are getting loaded from cache, cache persistence isn't working.

Which persisten object cache plugins are recommended?

Any persisten object cache will do, but it has to be supported in your hosting environment. Check if any caches like APC, XCache, Memcache, etc. are installed on your webserver and select a suitable cache plugin respectively. File based object caches should work always and might improve performance, same goes for data base based caches. Performance gains depend on the available caching method and its configuration.

Does WPPP support multisite?

Localization improvements are supported on multisite installations. When installed network wide only the network admin can see and edit WPPP options. Image handling improvements are only available if WPPP is network activated

What's the difference between Dynamic Image Resizer and WPPPs dynamic images?

In previous versions, WPPPs dynamic image resizing feature was based on Dynamic Image Resizer, at first with only some improvements. The first big change was a completely different way to serve the dynamically created images (using rewrite rules instead of the 404 handler), including support for the latest WordPress features. Since WPPP version 1.8 the way how creation of intermediate images at upload works also changed completely. Dynamic Image Resizer did prevent this by using different hooks called at upload. WPPP now overrides the registered image editors (those didn't exist when Dynamic Image Resizer was written) to only create the necessary metadata. This is way more robust and also works when editing images with WordPress.

According to its author, Dynamic Image Resizer is intended only as a proof of concept. You might say, WPPPs dynamic image feature is the working implementation of that proof of concept.

Dynamic links broke my site, how do I restore static links?

Your first try should be the button "Restore static links" in WPPP settigns advanced view. That function will also be executed on deactivation of WPPP. If any errors occur (please post them in the support forums so I can try to improve the restore function), you can execute the following SQL query manually to restore the static links:

UPDATE wp_posts SET post_content = REPLACE ( post_content, '{{wpppdynamic}}', 'http://your.base-url/wp-content/uploads/' )

You have to change the base URL (third parameter of REPLACE) to your uploads URL!

Requires: 3.8.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.1
Last Updated: 2015-4-24
Active Installs: 1,000+

Ratings

4 out of 5 stars

Support

3 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.

Got something to say? Need help?

Compatibility

+
=
Not enough data

0 people say it works.
0 people say it's broken.

100,1,1 100,1,1 100,1,1 100,1,1
100,1,1
0,1,0 0,1,0
100,1,1