For speeding up your WordPress blog, you must consider using a caching plugin. At this time, there are too many free and premium WordPress caching plugins are available. In this post, we will show you how can you configure WP fastest cache plugin on your blog.
How To Configure WP Fastest Cache?
First of, all, you need to install the WP Fastest Cache plugin. Open add new plugins section.
Search for WP Fastest Cache and install the plugin on your blog.
After installing, activate it.
Now, you need to configure the plugin. Open the plugin settings.
Under general settings, select all option that you need. In my case, I am going to choose all of them.
Some settings will show you a pop-up box saying that cache clearing option after publishing or updating a post. You may want to choose clear all cache from there.
Simply save the settings.
Go to the cache timeout option and add a new rule there.
Now, choose ‘All’ from the request URL and select timeout as once an hour.
You will get a success message then.
For deleting the cached copy, you may want to go to the appropriate section on plugin settings.
Soon, the plugin will clear all cache.
If you wish to exclude some specific pages, CSS, JS, and user agents from caching, you can do it in the plugin.
That’s all. From now on, the server will serve a cached copy of the pages. If you made any changes using the WordPress theme editor, you may want to clear the WordPress cache for seeing the changes.
In website load speed, images have already had a great role. You may want to upload only optimized images for keeping your website faster. We are using wp smush and tinypng for optimizing images of our blog.