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The Ultimate Guide on How to use “WP Fastest Cache Plugin”?

For any Business Website to work well, speed optimization plays a very important role. If your Website takes long time to load then definitely the user will leave before it loads completely and will switch to other website which loads faster than yours.

Therefore Website Loading speed Optimization is Very Important. So, Read to know more on how to speed up your Website Loading Smartly.

Also, Here is the Step by Step Guide to ‘WP Fastest Cache’ Plugin Settings that helps in creating static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog and saves it in the cache. WP Fastest Cache is an easy-to-install plugin.

You don’t even have to modify the .htaccess configuration file. The Caching system has a simple to use interface for creating, managing and updating cached pages. It Provides Bulk caching of all the pages, posts, categories. It is built to be light weight and is best used for caching your top 100 or fewer website pages.

How To do “WP Fastest Cache Plugin Settings”

Step 1 – First of all you have to install ‘WP Fastest Cache’ Plugin.

Step 2 – After Installing the Plugin Go to WordPress Dashboard Left Panel ‘WP Fastest Cache’ Menu click on that.

Step 3 – Go Inside the Plugin then you can see there are some list of plugin’s features.

Starting with the first tab, Settings.

1. we will start with the caching system. Check the first box, Enable, to allow the plugin to start working on your site.

2. The next option, Widget Cache, it is grayed, which means it is not available in the free version of the plugin.

3. The Preload allows you to create the cache of all the post, page, category, homepage periodically, which helps much in improving future page loads. When the Preload feature calls the urls, the cache of urls are created automatically. When all the pages are cached, the preload stops working. When the cache is clear, it starts working again.

4. The next logged-in users option allows you to block the cached version for logged-in users and will cause the page to load naturally.

5. Mobile Cache feature creates the cache for mobile devices. This is a premium feature. It does not exist in the free version.

If you use a responsive theme, no need to use the mobile cache feature. You should disable “Mobile” and “Mobile Theme” options.

6. New Post clear cache files when a post or page is published.

Similar to the previous option, in Update Post if a post or page is updated, the cache of post or page is cleared.

7. Minify HTML allows you to decrease size of the HTML pages that composes your cache file. and also decreasing the load time for your visitors.

8. Minify CSS actually decreases the size of your CSS files to make page rendering faster.

Combine Css reduce HTTP requests through combined css files (combines JavaScript and CSS files between. This reduces the amount of JavaScript and CSS files on a page which reduces the number of HTTP requests required to render the page. Also a high priority item in Pingdom.

9. Minify JS actually decreases the size of your JS files to make page rendering faster.

The Combine JS option will combine multiple JavaScript files into one file for fewer requests from the server.

10. Gzip reduce size of files sent from your server (reduces transfer time between server and browser, and is a high priority Pingdom item.

11. Browser Caching enables If the commonly used files are cached by browser, the visitors’ browsers do not have to load them evert time so the load times of pages are reduced.

12. Click on Save button to save the changes.

Next, let’s check out the second tab in the menu “Delete Cache”

1. Click on Delete Cache to delete every cached file.

2. Choose Delete Cache and Minified CSS/JS to delete all caches as well as the minified CSS and JS files created in previous options.

Next, let’s check out the Third tab in the menu. Cache Timeout

if it’s not set as default, add a new rule to cache your homepage once a day.

Let’s move on to the next tab. Image Optimization

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Let’s move on to the next tab. Exclude

1. There are two default rules to exclude the wp-login.php and wp-admin pages. These cannot be edited or deleted.

2. Click Add New Rule to create a new rule.

3. The next section to which you can add rules is the Exclude User-Agents area. Again, notice two default rules that cannot be changed or removed. Choose.

4. Click Add New Rule to create a new rule.

5. The last three options allow you to exclude specific cookies, CSS or Javascript. Use these in the same way by clicking Add New Rule, choosing the excluded URI and saving the changes.

Let’s move on to the next tab. CDN

A CDN (content delivery network) makes your site faster by hosting it on multiple servers around the country and world, as oppose to 1 origin server (it reduces the geographical distance it takes your content to reach your visitors).

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