Difference in loading speed.

by BIBI15
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Hello folks,

I need wp plugin to make my site faster. i have already searched for some plugins but i'm confused which one to use W3 Total Cache, Gzip Ninja Cache or Speed Booster Pack.

ps. I have also come across the news that - W3Total Cache is no longer supported by WordPress. is that right or not?
#difference #loading #speed
  • Profile picture of the author PBScott
    WP supercache works just fine.
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  • Profile picture of the author vithobaaseo
    Try WP Minify Fix , surely better than WP supercache..
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  • Profile picture of the author BIBI15
    and what about this plugins ---- W3 Total Cache, Gzip Ninja Cache or Speed Booster Pack??
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  • Profile picture of the author iseultmca
    I found W3 Total Cache did the job just fine!
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  • Profile picture of the author MehreenZafar
    WP Total cache works f9. You need to enable all pages cache.
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  • Profile picture of the author trevord92
    If you're using WordFence as a security plugin for WordPress (it's definitely worth investigating) that has a cache option.

    Just use one cache - they do much the same thing although some clash with other plugins more than others so keep that in the back of your mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author dronehawk
    WP supercache which comes already installed with the wordpress framework works perfectly well.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Stop using plugins.
      Stop using wordpress.

      Quite simple, actually.

      Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author tbsnetworks
    W3 Total Cache best one for optimize Blog Loading Speed and other elements.
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  • Profile picture of the author smartprofitmoney
    Hello,

    Ok making your website faster is done by doing a few things before you let the cache try to fix things.
    When you just add a speed cache, and have not cleaned up your site, well it just never works right.
    Please read before you install your speed cache.


    Things to check and do.

    .Optimize all images, try not to use large images
    .Try not to use large image in header
    .Theme must be premium, good clean code
    .Social plugins can make site load very slow, must choose the right ones
    .Try not to use many plugins
    .Try not to use affiliate links banners, images, using redirect,not hosted on your site
    .Affiliate banners and Images not hosted by you have to redirect out from your site, slows down site
    .Clean out database tables from left over tables from plugins not being used
    .Only clean database tables, if you know what your doing, but must be done.
    .Optimize database tables after cleaning has been done
    .Now test site with tools.pingdom.com no aff link,

    After you test site, you can see what is slowing down your site using pingdom

    If you did everything right, your site will load super fast, and will not need a cache plugin, but most people still use them, if you decide to use one after this is done, it will be super fast.

    WordFence is one of the best to use, comes with built in cache for speed, Enable Wordfence Falcon Engine, and you should see a big change in load times.

    Hope this helps everyone
    Thank you
    Rob
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  • Profile picture of the author Aur1mas
    It is and we are using it as well. I didn't find better optimization plugin yet.
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