Hi, I am busy with converting a blog to wordpress, and I need caching. WP super cache seems to be the candidate, but I am not sure if it can do what I want it to do:
– create static pages of all my current blog articles (>1000 articles)
– only expire them after a comment has been given, change has been made to the article, or when I press a button.
– refresh homepage only after comment, change, delete or add of article.
Side blogs, comments etc will be loaded using ajax.
What worries me, in the settings it says: “Checking for and deleting expired files is expensive, but it’s expensive leaving them there too.”
Why the last remark? As Super Cache is serving static files, it can never be more expensive than serving the same file dynamically, even when having 1000s of cached files. Or am I missing something?
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