The simplest and fastest WP Cache system
discovered a serious issue with this plugin which everytime writes htaccess files the server will end up with internal server error code 500; if i edit the file myself i find some </FilesMatch> closing but that were never opened or something ..so basically a syntax error - reported this a couple of times to this guy which this time proved to only respond my emails to keep me busy.. had to resend this an email 3 times ( i had copy/pasted the the htaccess in email body) but he was still asking for a copy of the file
even though it would a problem from our server i would expect a better attitude when asking for support of a paid product
so, be careful before buying this one...
I could not login with any user with this plugin activated. I had to disable it and then logged in.
I bought it to increase my Google rating, but the Google Webmaster tool showed even more worse results than with the free "WP Super Cache" tool.
Just wasted $29!
They wanna get paid for picture compression as well, while there are free tools available as well. I didn't try this functionality.
Plugin file changed in background. Uninstalled after that.
Installed and configured, saved settings, immediate internal server error, WAMP instance is currently non-recoverable.
I would have pages that would return white screens. No error or warning. Just not stable enough for an important site.
Few hours after instalation, have got some shitty links on header of my website. After turning off the plugin links are gone. I think that is a bug in the plugin.
Doesn't initiate any of the features. Just says "must refresh to see cached version"... no refresh will work. Logged in, logged out, css/js aggregating on does not aggregate.
This is on GoDaddy hosting.
Don't trust this plugin if you use Multisite WordPress.
It might have worked for the site it was installed on... BUT since I use WordPress Multisite Network this plugin caused all sites to redirect to the site which activated the plugin. I was not willing to figure out the plugin settings that caused it. But as soon as I removed the plugin all sites went back to normal. I had phone calls from complaining customers and lost sales due to this failed plugin!
I host WordPress on my own server running IIS. First I had the problem that there was no .htaccess so I had to install a Helicon Ape. After that I could enable WP FastestCache.
WP Fastest Cache DOES indeed create a cache, I see the cache being created but when I look at a page's source (after refreshing it) I will always only see "<!-- need to refresh to see cached version -->" at the very end. The cached file says the ""<!-- WP Fastest Cache file was created in 0.330816984177 seconds, on 08-01-14 9:01:35 -->" thing but clearly THAT file never reaches the client.
So a cache IS being generated but it's never being used. The net effect of this plugin is therefore that it's actually making things SLOWER!
Also, even if I UNCHECK "Don't show the cached version for logged-in users" (so I want logged-in users to see the cached version as well) the logged-in user will NEVER get a cached version. It does NOT even say "<!-- need to refresh to see cached version -->".
I give it a rating of 1 since the plugin doesn't work. FOR ME. That is with WP hosted on IIS. If I would have it hosted on Apache, I might have given it 5 stars, I don't know. So my rating of 1 is NOT indicative of how well it performs under Apache, only for IIS.
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