If you are a WordPress user then you should download WP Super Cache right now. This plugin will change the page load time of your blog by a significant value. If your blog is having a good traffic and you are tired due to so much downtime then follow the steps below and experience the difference.

  1. Download WP Super Cache on your desktop
  2. Unzip the folder copy the folder in “wp-content/plugin/” on your blog’s server
  3. Activate the plugin Wp Super Cache from the admin dashboard of your WordPress admin (Setting/Wp Super Cache)
  4. Turn ON the Cache and Super Cache from the “Setting/WP Super cache”  screen
  5. Copy the rules mentioned on the same screen into the .htaccess file on your server
  6. Enable the Super Cache from the same screen of WP Super Cache

You are done with the Wp Super Cache installation. Now load the blog’s page and view the page source. You will see a comment at the end of the page as “Dynamic page Served and Cache page generated on ‘time'”. You can check the number of cached pages in Setting/WP Super Ache screen on your WordPress admin area.

If you are having issues related to the WP Super Cache installation of cache, then read the following and find out whether the issue is similar to the explained one.

Issue 1: WP Super cache not getting installed on the server

Issue 2: Pages not getting cached or super cached

Issue 3: Always getting dynamic pages, not the cached one

Issue 4: Loading time increased after WP Super Cache installation

Issue 5: My setting messed up after WP Super Cache installation

Now solutions for the above Issues are as below –:

Issue 1: Check whether the wp-content folder is write protected. If this is the case then WP Super Cache will not install on your server. You will have to change the protection mode of the folder. Check for the pre-requisite for WP Super Cache

Issue 2: Make the following changes in wp-cache-config.php  file located in “/wp-content/” folder. Add the below mentioned line above the code “require_once(ABSPATH.’wp-settings.php’);”

define( 'WP_CACHE', true );

Issue 3: Try to make changes in every part of the blog, sidebars, headers etc. If you are getting the older page then your WP-Super Cache is working properly. No need to worry about the message “dynamic page (once) served”.

Issue 4: If the loading time for your blog increased after WP Super Cache installations, the choose HALF-ON option on the Setting/Wp Super cache screen on your WordPress admin.

Issue 5: If your setting messed up after WP Super Cache, then restore the previous setting by clicking on the button “Restore” at the end of the Setting/Wp Super cache screen on your WordPress admin.

In case of any other difficulty, please post your problem thru the comments or discuss that in Internet Techies Forum.

By Sanjeev Mishra

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.

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