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My site load time increased. The site was going to be slow day by day. I was looking for the caching implementation in my WordPress site. The are so many caching plugin. All have some advantage and disadvantage.  I fount one very good article, you can refer this article to refer and choose best of them according to your requirement.

best Caching Plugin

Some of them are below –

Hyper Cache

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/hyper-cache/

Hyper Cache is a new caching plugin out in the community. It is geared towards the everyday blog or those hosted on low cost shared servers. Also available in many different languages.

Installing was a simple upload and activation. This plugin has a lot of great configurations and organized appropriately in a clean user interface.

hyper cache

W3 Total Cache

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/w3-total-cache/

W3 Total Cache is the mother of all caching plugins. It is huge, well documented and packs in an impressive amount of performance configurations all into one plugin.

Installation was surprisingly easy. With all the options available I thought I was going to be here all day configuring this beast. After activating it automatically best guessed an optimal configuration. Great for those who just want to install and go.

WP-Cache

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-cache/

WP-Cache is a simple and aged cache plugin. Although it has been around for a long time it also hasn’t been updated in a long time.

WP-Cache was an easy plugin to install but it does create a few files outside of the plugin directory and doesn’t clean up the mess when you uninstall. Some users may get the error message “sem_get” on the top of every page of their blog. Just edit the file wp-content/wp-cache-config.php and uncomment the $use_flock line. That will fix the error message if your server doesn’t support the sem_get file locking command.

WP Super Cache

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/

WP Super Cache is a very popular plugin once based on the previous WP-Cache plugin and it is routinely praised among many WordPress communities.

Overall it was somewhat easy to install and uninstall. Cleans up its own mess when deactivating which is always nice. I got a “gzuncompress” error message only once after activating but it didn’t appear to affect operation of the plugin. You have to manually create an .htaccess file but at least it gives you some code to copy and paste.

DB Cache Reloaded

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/db-cache-reloaded/

DB Cache Reloaded is similar to DB Cache. In fact it is a fork of DB Cache because the author didn’t think DB Cache was updated quick enough. This plugin is also available in many different languages.

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WordPress Caching: What’s the best Caching Plugin?

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