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  • Resolved GR8FL

    (@octotoot)


    I think this is the best cache plugin (and it’s free!) for WordPress hands-down. Quick Cache is the only caching plugin that supports full caching across all devices (mobile, tablet, desktop, etc.). It is both very effective and fast, but also simple to use. You just turn it on, and it works. No complex options to set.

    Yes, it requires PHP 5.3 or better. Yes, it will break your site if you don’t have the proper requirements. That’s why you’re supposed to install upgrades in a test environment before going live with it so you can work out any of the possible problems that may occur. It took a couple of work arounds on my sites to get it right with the upgraded version before I went live with it.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/quick-cache/

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  • “It took a couple of work arounds on my sites to get it right with the upgraded version before I went live with it.”

    If you have PHP 5.3 why would you need any “work arounds”?

    I’ve had no problems on 4 local sites and I’ve just checked with my hosting provider that they are running PHP 5.3, which they are.

    I’d not planned for any “work arounds”.

    What did you have to do?

    Plugin Author Raam Dev

    (@raamdev)

    @gr8fl Thanks so much! I’m thrilled that you’re enjoying the plugin. 🙂

    @hillers54 He probably has some custom stuff implemented on his site that required workarounds. If you’re running PHP 5.3+ and a standard installation of the latest version of WordPress, there are no “workarounds” necessary to run Quick Cache. 🙂

    supports full caching across all devices (mobile, tablet, desktop, etc.).

    I am using Weaver Pro. That meaning when I load on Iphone a non-cached page, it will be created a cached version for that mobile type ?
    Is there a way to check Page Source on mobiles like we do on desktops ? Thank you !

    @hillers54 – I had to upgrade to PHP 5.3 since my host did not do that automatically on legacy sites, as well as take care of a slight customization. It was painless and worth the little trouble I spent to do that.

    Thanks @gr8fl
    I’ve not updated QC on any of my live sites but I will this weekend and I’ll also buy the premium version.

    Quick Cache is still the “easiest to install” caching plugin that I’ve found.

    I actually prefer Hyper Cache myself.

    I really liked it until I found that on IE and Safari, my sidebar had vanished! It was fine on Chrome. FYI using WP 3.8 and Theme Thesis 2. If you have any ideas on this I’d be very interested to hear.

    Plugin Author Raam Dev

    (@raamdev)

    @keithrowley Could you please open a new support thread for that issue so that I can look into that?

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