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Google Page Speed – No browser caching

  • Hello,

    yesterday I installed the wp-super-cache plugin in version In the backend I think it is all right. But when I try to scale the page performance via google page speed I get a very slow result. An the result says, that I don’t use browser caching.

    Where is the error?

    Best regards

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  • I am sorry, but I forgot a few important information.

    The side is http://www.blog-it-solutions.de and the function “Caching” in the plugin “wp-super-cache” is active. I also modified the .htaccess file in the right way. Furthermore I use mod_rewrite for caching the side.

    If I try to scale my blog on http://pagespeed.googlelabs.com/ I get the message, that I should active browser caching to improve my website performance. The current result is 53 points of 100.

    But I think browser caching is on, because I use the plugin wp-super-cache. Do I make an error in my plugin configuration or is the result on Google Page Speed common?

    Best regards

    Now I know the problem.

    WP Super Cache doesn’t support leverage caching on pictures like PNG or JPEG . You have to active the mod_expires.c modul in your root .htaccess file (if your provider supports this).

    For Example:
    <IfModule mod_expires.c>
    ExpiresActive On
    ExpiresByType image/png “access plus 5184000 seconds”

    You can try to remove the <IfModule>-Tag in your .htaccess file. Than you try to reach your website. If you get an internal server error, the mod_expires.c module is not supported by your provider.

    Best regards

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh


    Yes, Supercache is for caching the pages of a WordPress site, browser caching of images, css and other static files are beyond the scope of the plugin (at present anyway). It’s fairly easy to do as you’ve found out.

    OK I had similar question, and my hostin dont support mod_expires.c

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