Best Cache Plugin for WordPress

Having a WordPress self hosted blog means you need a good Cache Plugin.

Caching things means speed. Speed means less resources from your server. And all of this also means better user expirience.

We already know big images or a lot of images will slow down the performance but we will not talk about images today.

What we going to focus is in reduce the output HTML, CSS and JS from our blog.

1. Install W3 Total Cache plugin.
2. Enable Page Caching, Minify and Data Base Cache.
3. Set it up. Follow the screenshots:

Download it from the WordPress Plugin Directory

About Rick

Senior Front-end Software Engineer from Barcelona, Haidong Gumdo Instructor (korean martial art of the sword), street photographer, travel lover, TV addict, Boston Red Sox fan, and privacy advocate.

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