Today in this article, I will share Cache Enabler Best Settings 2019 with you.
Here’s its key features
- You can clear cache manually or automatic.
- You can see the Cache size from the dashboard.
- Also supports multisite.
- Perfect works with Autoptimize
So let’s come directly to our topic and start Cache Enabler settings.
Cache Enabler Plugin Settings
First of all, log in to your WordPress site. Then click on Plugin >> Add New and search the Cache Enabler plugin. Then click Install Now.
After activating the plugin, click Settings >> Cache Enabler. This will take you to the plugin’s settings page.
Here is the Cache Enabler setting that I use on one of my sites – InHindiHelp and it works
If you want you can set cache expiry time,
Cache Expiry – Set cache expiry 1 or 2 hours. However, this depends on your post-publishing frequency.
If you publish posts very quickly on your site, then set the cache expiry 1 or 2 hours. But if publishing 2 or 3 posts a week, then keep it disabled.
In the Cache Behavior, select the first and third options.
- When you publish a post on your site, it clears the complete cache.
- If a new comment is posted, the entire cache gets cleared.
- Pre-compression the cached pages.
- It supports WebP images and creates an additional cached version for it.
- If a plugin updates, then
clearsthe entire cache.
If you do not use any Minify plugin (Autoptimize plugin) for your site, you can enable this option. This makes your site performance even better.
After installing and activating the Cache Enabler plugin, you can also leave it default. Cache Enabler default settings work perfectly with most sites.
If you want to improve your WordPress site performance, you can use the Autoptimize plugin in your site. Here
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