Support » Theme: Virtue » Caching issues related to plugins

  • Greetings. We have currently been working on migrating our blog into WordPress and would like to find a plugin that will cache pages and increase load times for our visitors, as we are a reasonably image/media heavy site. Thus far we’ve got the site running fine, and I’ve tried installing WP Super Cache as well as W3 Total cache and both plugins have given me a white screen (completely blank, no view source available or anything) when I try and load the site after the caching plugins are enabled. Am I doing something wrong or alternately can someone recommend a plugin that might work for us? The two I’ve tried seem to come highly recommended so I suspect it’s something I’m doing or not doing correctly. Is there a conflict with the aforementioned plugins with the Virtue theme? I suspect not, but I have NO idea what’s going on with these caching plugins and I’m concerned I’ll break the site in the process.

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  • Theme Author Kadence Themes


    This would be a better question for your hosting company, because so much depends on the server settings and server type. Your hosting company probably has a recommended solution.

    I have found w3 total cache to be my favorite.

    Permalink settings are important and making sure your not trying to use two caching plugins at the same time.

    And just to be clear the virtue theme has no problems/conflicts if used running either plugin.

    Kadence Themes

    You will have to setup the Cache plugin properly. Otherwise you will face issues. And, before disabling any Cache plugin I recommend you to delete the whole Cache first then disable the Plugin. Otherwise, you will face more issue

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