How to install and configuration W3 Total Cache WordPress (v4.7+) Plugin: As we know that W3 Total Cache is a WordPress plugin for many purposes. This plugin is basically used for site speed and w3 total cache plugin also helps to integrate with MaxCDN . This plugin helps to cache ability like page cache, Database, Browser Cache object cache and more kinds of features available in this plugin. If you are a newbie blogger then you need concentrate on it that we are showing if you are following us from beginning to ending then you may get install and configure easily so follow all kinds of instruction which given below.
How to Install W3 Total Cache WordPress (v4.7+) Plugin
Step 1: First of all, login your wordpress administrator panel (domainname.com/wp-admin)
Step 2: Click on plugins tab and select Add new plugin then click on it.
Step 3: Go to the search box and type W3 Total Cache in the search box, then Click on Install Now.
Step 4: If Plugin has been successfully installed then you will ask for Activate plugin after that click on Activate Plugin Tab
How to Configure W3 Total Cache WordPress (v4.7+) Plugin
After the installation and activation, the most important thing is that you need to configure the plugin so we will show you how to configure w3 total cache plugin complete procedure.
How to do General Settings
- After the installation and activation, you will show performance tab in your wordpress menu bar so
- Go to your dashboard and click on performance tab
- Then click on General settings and enable everything whatever you want to cache like page cache, database cache, object cache and browser cache
- Then click on save all settings
How to do Page Cache Settings
In page cache you need to check on some settings like cache front page, cache feeds, cache 404 (not found) pages and don’t cache pages for logged in user then click on save all settings. we are also providing you images for these settings changes so, you may help you to do that.
How to do Minify Settings
All kinds of settings in “Minify” are also plug and play.
if you are not using a CDN, you may want to disable “Automatically upload modified files”
How to do Browser Cache Settings
In browser cache, you need to set the something like last to modify the header, expire header, cache control header, entity tag, w3 total cache header, and enable HTTP
Now your W3 Total Cache plugin has successfully configured if you have followed all kinds of instruction then you should have to face any problem related to this plugin.
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