How To Install & Configure W3 Total Cache WordPress Plugin: Part-1




Install setup configures W3 Total Cache Plugin.

1. Login to your WordPress Dashboard.
2. Go to Plugins Add New.
3. Type W3 Total Cache in the search box and enter.
4. Click Install Now button and follow by activating plugin link.
Setting up the plugin.

If you have previously installed another caching plugin like WP Super Cache, you should disable it before activating W3 Total Cache.

This would prevent the two plugins from conflicting. As a rule of thumb, don’t keep more than one WordPress caching plugin activated at any given time.

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setup and configuration setting:

Once you have installed and activated W3 Total Cache, go to Performance
General and enable everything you want to cache.
Later on, you can make changes to individual settings and fine tune your W3TC configuration.

General

Don’t use this check-box, we will be going through settings and enable only those that we need.

1.Preview mode:
Lets you test configuration changes before they impact on your users.

2.Page Cache:
This option will create and store a static version of visited pages on your server so that it can be served immediately to a browser.

3.Caching pages:
will reduce the response time of your site and increase the scale of your web server.
So just enable it.

4. Page cache method:
Select Disk: Enhanced from the drop-down, this is the preferred setting that will work properly on Shared Hosting.
Click on Save all settings button.

5. Minify:
This option will minify (compress) HTML, CSS and Javascript files. It is the process of removing all unnecessary characters from source code without changing its functionality.
Minify:
Check on the checkbox to enable this option.
Minify Mode:
Select Manual (radio button)

Minify cache method: Select Disk from the drop-down, this is the preferred setting that will work properly on Shared Hosting.

HTML minifier: Select Default from the drop-down.

JS minifier: Select Default from the drop-down.

CSS minifier: Select Default from the drop-down.

Click on Save all settings button.

The Minify module compresses the CSS and JavaScript files your theme uses, by removing unnecessary lines of code like comments and whitespaces. This reduces the file size by ~10% which results in a faster site.

Under Minify cache method you should select the
appropriate option based on your server.

6.Database Cache

This option saves data retrieved from the database.
Database cache:
Check on the check-box to enable this option.
Database cache method:
Select Disk, from the drop-down, this is the preferred setting that will work properly on Shared Hosting.
Other settings will require installing of PHP extensions.
Click on Save all settings button.

7.Object Cache

This option saves common operations.
Object cache:
Check on the check-box to enable this option.
Object cache method:
Select Disk, from the drop-down, this is the preferred setting that will work properly on Shared Hosting.
Other settings will require installing of PHP extensions.
Click on Save all settings button.

8.Browser Cache

This option uses the cache in the visitor’s browser.
Browser cache:
Check on the check-box to enable this option.
Click on Save all settings button.

9.CDN

This option is for setting a Content Delivery Network (CDN).
You will have to sign up for a CDN service, such as MaxCDN (recommended by W3 Total Cache plugin).

That’s all for the general settings, skip the remaining options and proceed to set up the remaining of the minify settings.
That’s all for the setup. Remember to switch off preview mode if you have set it in WordPress admin then Performance then General Settings – General – Preview mode.

*Final Page Speed Tests
Again test the speed of your site after configuring the plugin.
See the difference in the speed test.
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How To Install & Configure W3 Total Cache WordPress Plugin: Part-1

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