What is Caching?

A 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.

When 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. Wordpress cache plugins create static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog. When a page is rendered, php and mysql are used. Therefore, system needs RAM and CPU. If many visitors come to a site, system uses lots of RAM and CPU so page is rendered so slowly. In this case, you need a cache system not to render page again and again. Cache system generates a static html file and saves it for future use.

Wordpress fastest cache system that speeds up site and improve seo

WordPress fastest cache system that speeds up site and improve seo

WP Fastest Cache

WP Fastest Cache is built for pure website loading speed – You will not be able to find any cache that loads a webpage faster, simple as that. This is the cache plugin that I use and it is great.


  1. Mod_Rewrite which is the fastest method is used in this plugin
  2. All cache files are deleted when a post or page is published
  3. Admin can delete all cached files from the options page
  4. Admin can delete minified css and js files from the options page
  5. Block cache for specific page or post with Short Code
  6. Cache Timeout – All cached files are deleted at the determinated time
  7. Cache Timeout for specific pages
  8. Enable/Disable cache option for mobile devices
  9. Enable/Disable cache option for logged-in users
  10. SSL support
  11. CDN support
  12. Preload Cache – Create the cache of all the site automatically
  13. Exclude pages and user-agents

Performance Optimisation

  1. Generating static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog
  2. Minify Html – You can decrease the size of page
  3. Minify Css – You can decrease the size of css files
  4. Enable Gzip Compression – Reduce the size of files sent from your server to increase the speed to which they are transferred to the browser.
  5. Leverage browser caching – Reduce page load times for repeat visitors
  6. Combine CSS – Reduce number of HTTP round-trips by combining multiple CSS resources into one
  7. Combine JS
total cache website files for better seo and faster loading

total cache website files for better seo and faster loading

W3 Total Cache

Before you check out this plugin you need to know that it as been blacklisted by Godaddy the largested web hosting company in the world. It is not uncommon for hosting providers blacklist plugin but once this issue is address I would recommend considering this plugin because of it has some excellent features.

With a plethora of customization options, W3 Total Cache really does suit everyone’s needs. However, if you’re not so hot on caching plugins, this one might be a little daunting.

With more than 900,000 downloads, W3 Total Cache is the second most downloaded caching plugin on the market. If you’re looking for a free caching plugin that offers a boatload of customization options, you’ve found it.

With 16 pages of configuration options, you’ll be able to tailor a caching solution to your precise specifications. If complete customization sounds like a headache, don’t worry – W3 Total Cache also comes with a simple one-click setup (see instructions below).

To cut a tremendous amount of loading time, W3 Total Cache utilizes file minification and GZIP compression. Like WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache also supports Content Delivery Networks and allows you to export your settings for future use.

Four premium extensions are also available to further extend the plugin’s functionality, along with a whole host of support options. Not only is there an FAQ section and forum on the plugin page, but w3-edge also have their own support forums, articles and contacts if you ever need any help.


Wordpress super cache for speeding up sites

WordPress super cache for speeding up sites

WP Super Cache

Another superb cache plugin for WordPress which is a great option for shared hosting servers. It is easier to configure than W3 Total Cache and probably the best option for a newbie WordPress user. It comes with recommended settings which you just need to tick and select. 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.

99% of your visitors will be served static html files. Those users who don’t see the static files will still benefit because they will see different cached files that aren’t quite as efficient but still better than uncached. This plugin will help your server cope with a front page appearance on digg.com or other social networking site.

Many WordPress users like this cache plugin because of the simplicity of the plugin, all you need to do is to select the recommended options and you are good to go. Also, it will consume lesser server space than many other cache plugins.


Wp-Rocket (PAID)

Wp-Rocket is a premium cache plugin and it has proven to be very effective and user-friendly. ThThis plugin will help you to increase the speed of your site and offer a great experience to your visitors.

It offers a number of impressive features which is expected from a premium plugin and some are listed below.

Cache Preloading

Because our crawler simulates a visit to preload the cache, the indexing of your website by search engines is instantly improved.

Page Cache

Caching creates an ultra-fast load time, essential for improving Search Engine Optimization and increasing conversions. When you turn on WP Rocket, page caching is immediately activated.

Images on Request

Images are loaded only as your visitor scrolls down the page, improving the load time of the page. YouTube, Facebook, Yahoo and other major websites are using this technique. Now yours can too.

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