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Top 5 Caching WordPress Plugins to Boost Your Site’s Speed

Last updated: January 26th, 2018

A loading speed of your website plays a significant role in determining your online success. Whether you are running an e-commerce website or merely a blog, if your site is taking more than 5 seconds to load, you can start expecting your visitors to navigate away to a competitor’s website. Of course, you wouldn’t want that. Right?

WordPress Caching Plugin

What is Caching?

In a computing background, a cache is a place to temporarily store you website data.

Active data is usually cached in order to reduce load times. When you return to a normally accessed website, chances are that your browser will have a good portion of the site’s files stored within its cache. That means the browser needs to receive less ‘fresh’ information from the site, resulting in a faster load time.

Though there are various ways of boosting your site’s speed, caching is considered as the best. Caching is a process of creating a static version of your dynamic website and save it on the user’s browser. Caching speeds up the process of loading images or static data of your website and consequently improves site’s speed.

WordPress comes with an option to choose from a wide variety of plugins to extend the functionality of the website, and caching is no exception. There are hundreds and thousands of free or premium plugins available in the market and even WordPress Plugin Development Companies are installing and activating them.

We have pulled together a list of 5 best WordPress caching website to help you boost your site’s speed.

W3 Total Cache

W3 Total Cache

W3 Total Cache is one of the best caching plugins that has been downloaded more than 5,443,800 times. Moreover, it is absolutely free to use. All you need to do is download it and install it to make the most of it. However, you do need to configure some settings to install it completely, but it does have a notification wizard that guides you throughout the process. The plugin comes with unlimited features such as monitoring, CDN, object cache, browser cache, page cache, minify and much more.

WP Super Cache

w3 super cache

WP Super Cache is another popular plugin that has been downloaded more than 1 million times. That’s impressive! Isn’t it? You also need to configure this plugin to make it work. The plugin uses Mod_Rewrite caching method, which is one of the quickest ways available for caching. Additional features include CDN support, homepage checks, Gzip compression and much more

ZenCache

Quick Cache

ZenCache, formerly known as Quick Cache, is a great plugin to reduce page loading of your site. This is one of the easiest plugins to install and configure. It has little to no configuration required from your end like other caching plugins. It also comes with atom feed caching. RDF, RSS, and caching for 404 pages.

Hyper Cache

Hyper Cache

Hyper Cache is another great WordPress caching plugin. Not only does it cache normal pages but also Gzip compressed pages. After installing, you may be prompted with configuration options like feed caching and mobile device configuration. Additional features include response header signature, CDN support, Autoclean option, matching URLs, matching cookies and much more.

WP Fastest Cache

WP Fastest Cache

Like WP Super Cache, WP Fastest Cache also uses mod_rewrite to cache your site. This plugin provides outstanding and fastest browsing experience to your users. The basic version of WP Fastest Cache is available for free of cost; however, a premium version is also available with advanced features. The list of additional features of this plugin includes CDN support, SSL support, cache timeout and much more.

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One thought on “Top 5 Caching WordPress Plugins to Boost Your Site’s Speed”

  1. I tried all these plugins and I always got issues. I used to use now WP Rocket and my life isn’t the same! This plugin is much more easer to configure and provide better performance. You should give it a try.

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