The popularity of WordPress is increasing day by day amongst bloggers and business owners. However, it does not mean you can get anything done without choosing appropriate resources. Besides those basic stuffs like hosting, themes and plugins there is another...
WordPress has thousands of free and premium plugins. But there are limited plugins that will work on all themes without any compatibility issues. W3 Total Cache and WooCommerce are two such popular plugins that work on most of the themes....
W3 Total Cache (W3TC) is one of the most popular caching plugin for a WordPress site. It works out of the box by caching every element on your WordPress installation and helps to speedup the site. But this happens only...
W3 Total Cache is one of the popular free caching plugins available for WordPress users. The huge set of options available will make the users confused whether the plugin is caching the pages or not. Here is a step by...
W3TC is one of the top notch caching plugins for your WordPress site. It will help you to do caching and minification out of the box with CDN support from popular services. On other hand, CloudFlare is the free CDN...
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W3 total cache (W3TC) is a superior class caching solution for WordPress site owners at free of cost. The plugin offers exhaustive options which can boost your site’s performance. But the problem is that you need to understand what you...
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