A very fast caching engine for WordPress that produces static html files.
I've added this plugin to increase the page load load speed at the time of declaration of exam results 2014.
But as a Results I found nothing but server crash,
Extremely simple to have it working. I would like to have better cache content control/stats but plugin works wonderful
Speed up my website but it conflicts while i am customizing site.
Very nice one, the best i've tested so far.
Just a little pb whith blank page on the first cache preview, but after i just disable the compresion and it works like a charm ! Well done !
So far so good. I've tried the top 3 cache plugins (this being one)and Super Cache gave me the best results with minimal user knowledge. I think W3 is a more fleshed out plugin, but in many cases the user needs to know what their doing. This plugin vs. W3 it got the same YSlow results... Overall I think this is a strong plugin and hope to see it further developed.
I found this caching plug-in more reliable and easier to configure than W3 Total Cache and also a little faster. The only issue I had with it was finicky preloading. Sometimes, the preload would not start and I had to try a couple of times before it would get going.
The only thing that would make it incredible is if it would update automatically so we don't have to do test every time we eg. change the background.
Without this plugin my sites will take sometimes minutes to load and after I installed it visitors to my also increased the load time overall is a lot faster now
I think this evolved nice, but it could integrate more plugins such as minify into it.
I like how it works for most of the time. I would still need more custom settings to enable super cache on pages with GET params.
We are using WP Multisite and a lot of content outside WP also so that represents problems for us when sometimes it seems that plugin is not serving cached files in all cases while cache is renewing.
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