A very fast caching engine for WordPress that produces static html files.
It works but it doesnn't update well…for instance if I update un article, wy page
website.com/blog will remain the same.
The same happens if I change setting in my theme.
There are a lot of case like that and working with this plugin make things complicated.
It causes blank backend pages on some servers. That forced me to uninstall and use an other cache plugin.
Using this plugin for years (with multiple hosters) now and there's always that blank page syndrome.
Randomly website crashes and shows blank page. When lockdown is enable I don't have this issue. It may has a problem when deleting old cache files.
I'll probably wait for a last update but I'm seriously thinking to switch to W3 Total Cache or another.
me gusta que mi sitio cargue rápido
Spent an hour trying to figure out why my site was getting a white screen and found out that it's WP Super Cache. . When I turn it on, my site and /wp-admin go blank. Please fix it. I love this plugin when it works.
I've tried it on a number of sites on my hosting service and I'm afraid it appears to slow things down more than speed them up.
I guess it speeded my site for sure, but some of my NONLOGGED visitors sent me screenshots of admin bar showing on the public site and it showed it is logged as me!??!?? Not that they can do anything else beyond that point but this is embarrassing, the least.
thank you very much, excellent plugin
This seems to work, but if I hadn't had access to detailed directions for setting it up, I wouldn't have had a clue what to do with this. It's intimidating to set up.
The rating would have been 5 stars, except for the intimidation factor hehe
I installed the plugin and enabled mod_rewrite caching. Cached version of pages will be created and delivered in the future, speeding up the site.
But, on every new or updated post all(!) the files in the cache directory are deleted (with pre-cache enabled) or renamed to *.needs-rebuild (without pre-cache).
The "Clear all cache files..." option is disabled, of course.
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