Support » Plugin: Cache Enabler - WordPress Cache » Checking if it works

  • Resolved bobnoles



    I’ve uploaded my first image with cache enabler activated, I see in the file manager for my server that there are indeed two image files there, a png version, and the webp version.

    I understand that only Chrome and Opera support webp at the moment. When I checked the source code for our website in Chrome, it is still loading the png version of the file.

    I use Cloudflare for my CDN with HTTP/2, I do also use a the supercharger cache plugin from Siteground and was wondering if there is conflict with cache enabler? I’m not too familiar with how caching works, I just know it’s a good thing! Would this be the problem, or is there something else I can try?

    Thank you!

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  bobnoles.
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  • It isn’t recommended to use both Cache Enabler and Supercacher at the same time. I would recommend that you disable supercacher to prevent any conflicts.

    Also, did you check your page’s source code while logged out? The webp images won’t show for logged in users.


    My name is Svetoslav and I am a part of the SiteGround Technical Support team.

    I have tested with a fresh WordPress 4.7 installation and both the caching plugins enabled. I have not found compatibility issues.

    If you face issues with your website please post a support request through your Help Desk so we can examine the application’s setup and find if there are potential conflicts.

    We have seen a user in the past who experienced issues with their setup that was using both Cache Enabler and Supercacher

    However, there could have been another third party plugin that was conflicting. We have not been able to replicate the issue ourselves.

    Plugin Author keycdn


    @sven4o thanks for testing.

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