Hyper Cache Plugin

Hyper Cache is simple to configure WordPress caching plugin, it works with a set of default values to get the maximum speed for your WordPress website. Hyper Cache Plugin can able to serve expired pages to bots so that it will increase the perceived blog speed. After installing you have to add a line of code in wp-config.php file
Before you begin to install the plugin, deactivate and deleted any other caching plugins installed on your site.

Now check the performance of your WordPress website using Google Page Speed Tools or any other tools available online. With this you check the load time comparison before and after installing the plugin.

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Now select Plugins > Add New > Search for WP Hyper Cache, install it and activate the plugin.

Navigate to Settings -> Hyper Cache to start setting the plugin.

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After activating, go to the configuration panel and follow the instructions.

Please check the above screenshot Hyper Cache is displayed.If it is the first time you have installed the plugin you must add the line of code “define(“WP_CACHE”, true); “ to the file wp-config.php file.

If the line of code is already present in your wp-config.php file, then modify it as given above.

You will see a message (You must save the options since some files must be updated). This message will appear if you have made changes or you have updated the plugin.

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Below image is the warning message letting you know that you have to save the settings.

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Below image will allow you to read a quick usage guide before you setting up the plugin

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Steps to configure WP Hyper Cache:

General Tab Settings

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  • Disable Translations: By default it is enabled keep it as it is
  • Cached pages will be valid for: By default it is set to 24 hrs, you can set the amount of time you want your page to be cached. If you set it to 0 will cache it forever.
  • Enable Compression: Should be enabled
  • Enable on-the-fly compression: Should be enabled
  • Allow browser caching: By default it is set to 24 hrs, should be enabled

Leave the remaining options as it is don’t do any changes. Next click on save button to save the settings
Navigate to Mobile tab now

Mobile Tab Settings

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  • For mobile devices: Select “Use a Separate Cache”

Leave the remaining options as it is don’t do any changes. Next click on save button to save the settings

Next navigate to CDN tab now

CDN Tab Settings

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  • Enable the first checkbox
  • Enter the CDN Url
  • Click on save button to save the settings

Now click on the “Clean the whole cache” button. Once you enabled the CDN, you might encounter the below error

You must add to the file wp-config.php (after the define(“WPLANG”, “”);) the line of code: define(“WP_CACHE”, true);

For this, you need to edit your wp-config.php file and add below code in a separate line

define(“WP_CACHE”, true);

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