October 21, 2017

Saturday, October 21, 2017
5 Best Wordpress Caching Plugins to use
Cache is an area in the computer's memory that stores recently used information. When a site is cached, it means the site's pages, images, files and Web objects are stored on the user's local hard drive. This in turn means that when a user opens a frequently accessed file, the browser will have most (if not all) of its files cached, a browser doesn’t have to retrieve new information every time a site is accessed it results in faster page load times. Caching plugins work the same way. The save dynamically generated HTML files in the cache and serve them next time a request is made instead of re-loading all of the PHP scripts from WordPress. Caching plugin also makes WordPress site run faster, Excessive load times can harm your website in more ways than one. There are quite a few ways to improve your site’s speed but caching has the greatest impact. Here below we listed the top 5 Best WordPress Caching Plugins to use, read on:

5 Best Wordpress Caching Plugins to use

1. W3 Total Cache
W3 Total Cache improves the SEO and user experience of your site by increasing website performance, reducing download times via features like content delivery network integration. The only web host agnostic WordPress Performance Optimization framework recommended by countless web developers and web hosts. GZIP compression to optimize web browser rendering. Minification and concatenation of HTML, CSS and JavaScript files.

2. WP Rocket 
WP Rocket is one of the best caching solutions for WordPress and it's a premium plugin. It is tremendously user-friendly and a lifesaver for webmasters who find technical terms and web programming to be perplexing. feature-rich caching plugin that offers cache preloading, browser caching, GZIP compression and options for HTML, CSS and JavaScript minification and concatenation. It’s lazy image loading feature sets it apart from the other popular caching solutions.

3. WP Super Cache
This plugin generates static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog. After a html file is generated your webserver will serve that file instead of processing the comparatively heavier and more expensive WordPress PHP scripts. Page compression and dynamic caching. Support for Content Delivery Networks (CDN). Caching for visitors using a mobile device.

4. WP Fastest Cache
This plugin creates static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog. When a page is rendered, php and mysql are used. Therefore, system needs RAM and CPU. Mod_Rewrite which is the fastest method is used in this plugin, All cache files are deleted when a post or page is published, Supports CDN and SSL     Enable/Disable cache option for mobile devices and logged-in users, Block cache for specific page or post with Short Code.

5. Hyper Cache
Hyper Cache is a cache plugin specifically written to get the maximum speed for your WordPress blog. It can be used in low resources hosting as well on high end servers. Mobile aware: double cache for desktop and mobile site versions HTTPS ready Mobile theme switch option: change the theme on mobile device detection, Controls over cache cleaning on blog events, Autoclean to controls the cache used disk space & CDN support.

So which one is your favorite don't forget to mention :)

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