W3 Total Cache: Complete cache solution for WordPress blog

I was using WP Super Cache, since its first release, but later, on my previous host and as well as when I migrated over my current web host media temple (gs), Super Cache stopped working for me. I tried everything, but couldn’t get success. So, I explored other WordPress cache plugins: First I tried ‘HyperCache,’ […]

I was using WP Super Cache, since its first release, but later, on my previous host and as well as when I migrated over my current web host media temple (gs), Super Cache stopped working for me. I tried everything, but couldn’t get success. So, I explored other WordPress cache plugins: First I tried ‘HyperCache,’ it worked fine, just one problem, the plugins some how started creating cache directoy’outside ‘designated cache folder’. So I begin testing ‘1 Blog Cacher’, it worked fine, just one thing, it cann’t run along MySQL cache plugin. Once again, I turned on ‘Hyper Cache’ with ‘DB Cache Reloaded’ plugins. Atleast, both plugins are working great as of now.

I just came across a very pomising WordPress cache plugin called ‘W3 Total Cache,’which utilizes multiple techniques to improve performance, including: object and query caching; page caching; HTML, CSS, and javascript minification; gzip compression; CDN (Content Distribution Network) support; and browser caching via ETags. Currently, the caching is based on APC and/or memcache (minus Xcache, which’s far better than Memcached and APC). But it works well, if your host doesn’t support third-party caching.

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