I have a concern about few of my clients have CloudFlare Pro package which includes CloudFlare WordPress APO to “turn on”.
I am also using W3 Total Cache and it’s CloudFlare exstension.
I wonder, do I need to setup something specifically or no, due to the:
Also, the W3TC is listed below the title “Plugins and Services Reported by the Community to Cause Issues with APO”.
On the other hand, from the articles above I really do not see which more benefits would my clients get from already “having them all”:
a) CloudFlare Pro Package (Mirage, Polish, WebP image format, HTTP/2, HTTP/3, RTT-0, Minify HTML/CSS/JS, Rocket Loader, TCP Turbo, AMP Real URL, Brotli compress …)
b) W3TC configured under Nginx – LEMP stack
c) WordPress theme has “prefetch” and “preconnect” and “preload” stuff in <head> already, Google AMP for posts enabled
d) regarding the setup of Page Cache (Disk Enhanced), Databse (Memcached), Object (Redis) and Browser cache for static files (html, css, js, images …) with “Cache Everything” page rule added under the “CloudFlare Page Rules”
e) with PHP OPCode Cache enabled (PHP-FPM, 7.3)
f) on a dedicated server? (6c/12t, 64GB DDR4, 2x NVMe 512G RAID-1, 1Gbps, 20TB/mo)
Or am I missing something “written between the rows” specifically as a “benefit” from CloudFlare APO for WordPress as stated above?
Just curious …
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