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Best and Free WordPress Cache Plugin list in 2018

One of the most important aspects of a website is your upload speed. The using of WordPress Cache plugin is very important for every WordPress blog. If you want to optimize your WordPress web has to offer your visitors a great user experience, plus Google also appreciates that your website loads fast for positioning it on the Google’s SERP in the search.

A slow site can make you lose much in the ranking of Google plus if a user views the web entering and takes too long to load will give the Back button and enter into another page. So today we listed your different options and we will help you choose the best caching plugin for WordPress.

Free WordPress Cache plugin list

 

When someone accesses your website WordPress, numerous requests are made to the servers where it is housed to load the CSS, images and Javascript files in addition to the queries to the database for the content of each page.

Therefore cache plugins are so important because they generate static HTML pages need to be ready to perform this vast number of queries to the database and the server where we hosted our website which drastically reduces loading speed thereof.

The WordPress cache plugins actually perform more actions than to generate a static page of each URL charged include minification functions such as HTML, CSS, and Javascript, CDN integration, Gzip compression … We will now discuss some of them!

Note that whenever you make a design change in your template or change your template you have to clear the cache of your website and browser because otherwise, you will not see the changes.

 

1. WP Super Cache :WP Super Cache plugin

WP Super Cache is one of the most popular and easy to use that you can find plugins. It’s super easy to start using it, even for novice users. Once activated you have to just go to Settings > WP Super Cache to begin work.

This plugin generates static ‘HTML’ files from your dynamic WordPress blog. After an ‘HTML’ file is created, your web server will serve that file instead of processing the comparatively heavier and more expensive WordPress PHP scripts.

99% of your visitors will be served static ‘HTML’ files. Those users who don’t see the static files will still benefit because they will see different cached files that aren’t quite as efficient but still better than un-cached. This plugin will help your server cope with a front page appearance on digg.com or another social networking site.

On the Advanced tab, there are a variety of options to configure as compression, caching pages not known users. As the plugin itself indicates, recommend turning those that are marked (recommended) obviously

Furthermore, WP Super Cache lets you use a CDN and allows you to load different plugins within him to expedite the loading speed of the website.

 

WP Super Cache

 

 


2. W3 Total Cache :

W3 total cache plugin - wordpress cache plugin

W3 Total Cache is one of the most famous free plugins WordPress.org plugin repositories. It is used by most major developers, and companies like AT & T. W3TC improves the user experience through various methods because it is very complete. W3 Total Cache Settings are essential.

The latest version of the W3 total cache plugin supports Cloudflare integration. Improved server performance, reduce the download time, and provides the integration of a CDN and more. Overall significantly optimizes speed and performance of a website. It’s a great plugin for your website, however being so complete is a bit complex for the average user because of its large number of configurable options.

 

W3 Total Cache


3. Quick Cache :quick cache plugin lite version

Quick Cache is a plugin whose motto is “Speed without compromise” so that means it is very simple to install and configure to immediately start caching your site and improve the response time of it.

Quick Cache acts intelligently and not cached pages for registered users or people who have left comments recently; it is very simple but nevertheless offers 8 configuration sections.

Each of these 8 sections has an explanation settings, which may miss in other plugins with many options as W3 Total Cache, which assumes that we know about the plugin.

(Update: recently this plugin removed from WordPress repository for their advanced and premium development)


4. Fastest WP-Cache :

Fastest WP-Cache is another very simple to configure for the new WordPress user as only has a page of options and are very intuitive plug-in cache. But not, so complex choices and better optimize the web as above.

WP fastest cache

This plugin simply caches the website and Gzip compressed to optimize the loading speed of it, it is available in Castilian and does not support the configuration of a CDN.

 

WP Fastest Cache


5. FlexiCache :

I have not had a chance to try, but I’ve seen some comments on English speaking sites, which actually increases the speed and reduces the server load so many recommend.

Although it is not well known actually gives good results, so I’m thinking of moving WordPress cache plugin this and best of all, it’s highly configurable and straightforward to do (all at once).

Functions and/or features:

  • Manages the periods in which your site receives high traffic, so puts the issues in the cache.
  • Choose storage engines that are:  File system, Memcache, and SQLite.
  • Built-in pre-cache which allows store new or recently modified pages and much more.

FlexiCache


 

6. Comet Cache  Plugin :

Comet cache plugin

Comet Cache Plugin is an advanced and simple WordPress Cache plugin. It is easy to use and Speed up your site drastically.  The plugin takes a real-time snapshot of every page, post, category, link, etc. and stored. It saves all of the processing time that has been dragging your site down and costing your money.

Special Features :

  • SIMPLE and well-documented configuration (just enable and you’re all set!).
  • Options to control the automatic cache clearing behavior for Home and Posts Page, Author Page, Category, Tag, and Custom Term Archives, Custom Post Type Archives, RSS/RDF/ATOM Feeds, and XML Sitemaps.
  • HTTP referrer exclusion patterns (now supporting wildcards too).
  • User-Agent exclusion patterns (now supporting wildcards too).
  • The ability to set an automatic expiration time for cache files.
  • Client-Side Caching (to allow double-caching in the client-side browser).
  • Caching for 404 requests to reduce the impact of those requests on the server.
  • RSS, RDF, and Atom Feed caching.
  • The ability to cache or ignore URLs that contain query strings (GET Requests).
  • Apache Optimizations to enable GZIP Compression.
  • An Advanced Cache Plugin system for theme and plugin developers.

 

Comet Cache

 


Bonus Plugin

WP Rocket Plugin:

WP rocket cache plugin

WP Rocket plugin is another caching plugin for WordPress. It speeds up your blog effectively. This plugin creates a cache of a static file of your blog posts. This static file post serves to the user directly without any problem. WP Rocket plugin make your WordPress blog highly optimized for speed and performance. This is the first premium WordPress cache plugin in the market.

Features:

  • Easy to setup
  • Advanced page caching feature for better ranking in Search engines
  • Improved Cache and Sitemap preloading feature
  • Better GZIP compression
  • fast Browser caching feature
  • Database and Google fonts optimization
  • Improved Image Lazyload feature
  • CloudFlare integration and it manages CloudFlare cache and much more additional features

 

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My Recommended and all-time favorite Best WordPress Cache Plugin:

But I definitely recommend WP Super Cache for its high performance, it is not the most complete but works best; W3 Total Cache is also a great option but requires more background and is not as easy to configure for the average user. Recently I wrote a particular post on how to set up W3 Total cache plugin within 10 minutes in a proper way. This blog configured with W3 total cache and integrated with CloudFlare CDN system.

Page loading speed of my blog

Other plugins are somewhat lacking in options which do not tolerate CDN and some basic configurations that you may need to make a smart optimize the loading time of your website WordPress.

Conclusion:

Surely you’ve read many reviews & opinions of bloggers and designers on WordPress cache plugin list, and each one will be different depending on the tastes and preferences of them. Moreover, each plugin works differently based on some factors such as hosting, proper structure and content of our website.

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Satish Kumar Ithamsetty
 

Satish Kumar Ithamsetty is a full-time blogger since 2009. This blog is to support every blogger & Marketer. He helps 100+ new bloggers and 10,000+ readers by this blog. He writes on Blogging, SEO, SMO etc.

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Avatar for Shahzeb Ali
Shahzeb Ali

Hi there,
Very nice article.
Thanks for sharing this post.
Keep up the good work.

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Avatar for Shantanu Sinha
Shantanu Sinha

Hello Satish,

These are awesome cache plugin lists over here.

In this modern time the speed of the website matters a lot, no matter we have a golden content and everything which is needed to get our sites well in the SEO but if the speed is not good all the hard work is in vain.

I was using Fastest WP cache, but they are running down pretty slow from past few times. I like few from this list,
W3 Total cache or the WP Super Cache.

Thanks for the share.

Shantanu.

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Annette S. Gallant

I am currently using wp-rocket, and did not have any tangible result I was not able to get while using other free resources. On top of that I had, heavy problems in order to have my purchase refunded and my email answered.
Maybe I will try out W3 Total Cashe it looks much better as you describe it.
Thanks

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Gary Campbell

I wasn’t that impressed with FlexiCache when I tested it and I really wanted to like it, because usability and setup wise, it’s so simple and awesome. But I must say I’ve found WP Super Cache to give much better results on multiple sites as long as you configure it correctly.

Also WP Fastest Cache Premium had much better results then FlexiCache for me, I tested the sites using GTMetrix, Pingdom and Google Pagespeed and saw as much as a 3 second gain from Fastest Cache Premium over FlexiCache.

But that said there is always room for running more tests

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