If you own a WordPress blog or website, you must consider using a caching plugin and speeding up your WordPress blog. Last day, we have shared how can you configure WP Fastest Cache. Another alternative is WP Super Cache. With over 1 million active installs, the plugin is being loved by so many users. In this post, we are going to show you how can you configure WP Super Cache WordPress plugin.
WordPress speed really affects your SEO and ranking. Also for making money using Google AdSense, speed matters. A speedy website will get a better ranking than the slower one. Web hosting also matters. We recommend you choosing Bluehost, Namecheap, GoDaddy for web hosting and domain registrations.
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How To Configure WP Super Cache Plugin
First of all, install the WP Super Cache plugin on your WordPress blog.
After installing the plugin, you need to activate the plugin.
Upon activation, you can see the plugin’s settings under the settings.
On the general settings, enable the caching and update the settings.
Well, don’t get confused. We are going to tell you which configuration works best for your WordPress blog.
- Caching – Enable.
- Caching Delivery Method – Simple.
- Don’t Cache for Known Users.
- Compress Pages.
- Cache Rebuild.
- Enable mobile caching.
- Clear cache when publish or update posts.
- Extra homepage checks – Enabled.
- Refresh current page when comments made – Not necessary.
Update the plugin settings with these options.
Add your CNAMEs in the settings to improve your performance.
There is no configuration needed. You can clear the website cache from this option.
We highly recommend you enabling preload. It will improve your website ranking by caching your updated posts and serving them ultra fast to visitors and search engine bots.
You are almost done. Let’s check the performance by using Pingdom Tool.
Before we using the plugin, the load time was 3 second. After basic configuration, you can see that the performance got improved.
WordPress Optimization Tricks
- Optimize Images
- Use a CDN
- Use a caching plugin
- Avoid bulky plugins and themes etc.
These will help you to improve your website speed.
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