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My W3 Total Cache Configuration Guide

This w3 total cache configuration guide  Consist of all the right configs and settings to increase your website speed and performance settings sw3 total cache shared hosting.

This W3 Cache Configuration guide consists of Easy Web Performance Optimization (WPO) using caching: browser, page, object, database, minify and content delivery network support.

w3 total cache configuration guide

This step by step tutorial will guide you to optimize your WordPress database and core function to its full potential by tweaking the W3 Total cache Plugin.

The first option you should see is

Page Cache

By Enabling page caching, your website will decrease in response time.

Page Cache Must Be Enabled

 

Minify

Minify Reduce load time by decreasing the size and number of CSS and JS files

Minify Must Be Disabled (Will tell you why later in this article)

 

Database Cache

If you Enable database caching it will reduce post, page and feed creation time.However, only enable this if you have a large website requesting a lot of dynamics database queries

Database Cache Should be disabled if you have a small-moderate website

 

Object Cache

Object Cache Should Be Disabled as prior to Database Cache

 

Browser Cache

This Reduces server load and decreases response time by using the cache available in site visitor’s web browser. Every time a user visits your website all the JavaScript, CSS and files are stored in their browser cache to enhance load time on the second and subsequent visits.

Browser Cache Should Be Enabled

 

CDN

Host static files with your content delivery network provider to reduce page load time.CDN is very effective because it stores static files of your website on a remote cloud storage, instead of saving all those files, pictures, videos etc on your web hosting. This increases your website load time 60%

This Could be disabled. If you have your own CDN then fine.

 

Network Performance and security powered by CloudFlare

CloudFlare Is a free CDN that provides your website with speed and security. Sign Up For CloudFlare.

CloudFlare should be enabled.

 

General Page Cache Settings for w3 total cache configuration guide

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General Browser Cache Settings for w3 total cache configuration guide

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2 comments
  1. I tried the free CloudFlare. After one day, I couldn’t get off of it fast enough. It made my site even slower than it already was. *_*

    The thing that stinks about W3-Total-Cache is that I’ve gone to lots of pages like this one, and everyone has a different recommendation on how to set it up. 🙁

  2. I tried the free CloudFlare. After one day, I couldn’t get off of it fast enough. It made my site even slower than it already was. *_*

    The thing that stinks about W3-Total-Cache is that I’ve gone to lots of pages like this one, and everyone has a different recommendation on how to set it up. 🙁

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