How to Install & Setup WordPress Caching with WP Super Cache

如何使用 WP Super Cache 緩存外掛安裝和設置 WordPress
WPExplorer 發佈於 16th February, 2015

Post Series: Guide to WordPress Caching

Hello everybody. Welcome to a new chapter in the WordPress Caching series, where we will finally learn how to implement WordPress caching. I hope that you’ve read up on the previous topics in which I’ve explained how WordPress works (internally), what is caching and how WordPress caching works.

Today, you’ll finally be able to transform that theoretical knowledge into practical use! So let’s get started.

The Preliminaries

Caching your existing WordPress installation is a variable factor and it depends on your current WordPress environment. This tutorial describes one of the easiest ways to implement WordPress caching. If you’re on a shared host, VPS or even a dedicated server, this tutorial should fit your needs. If you’d like to crank it up a notch, have a look at Pro WordPress Caching with W3 Total Cache + APC (coming soon).

Please note that folks using managed WordPress hosting services such as WPEngine, this tutorial won’t be of much use to you since WPEngine employs their own super complex and (super) effective caching algorithms – called Evercache technology! I’d go out on a limb here and say that WPEngine is probably the best managed WordPress hosting provider you’re going to find. So buckle up fellas, its go time.

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