We recommend the installation of the plugin Cache Enabler – WordPress Cache available for free on the WordPress plugin repository.
The Cache Enabler plugin creates static HTML files and stores them on the servers disk. The web server will deliver the static HTML file and avoids the resource intensive backend processes (core, plugins and database). This WordPress cache engine will improve the performance of your website.
See why we choose Cache Enabler over all other caching plugins.
Cache Enabler Installation
If you have already installed the plugin, please feel free to jump to Cache Enabler Configuration section.
First, navigate to Plugins / Add new and search for “Cache Enabler – WordPress Cache”.
When the plugin shows up, install it and then activate it.
Cache Enabler Configuration
To setup Cache Enabler, go to Settings > Cache Enabler.
Once the plugin is activated, it’s already working fine. However, we recommend enabling two options.
The “” will ensure the cache is cleared after posting a new post.
The Cache Minification is a Speed Rules from Google. You should activate it to “HTML & JS”.