406 – Different Types of Caching for Your WordPress Site
- Meetup Group Organizers Can Now Earn A WordPress.org User Profile Badge
- Dayton WordCamp March 1 & 2, 2019
Is there a plugin for that?
With more than 50,000 plugins in the WordPress repository, it’s hard to find the perfect one. Each week, I will highlight an interesting plugin form the repository.
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Dark Mode is a beta plugin that might one day be part of the WordPress core that turns your dashboard into a dark mode
Different Types of Caching for Your WordPress Site
These are the six kinds of caching that are important considerations for a WordPress site:
- Storage of static assets in memory on the server, rather than disk storage
- Storage of static assets closer to your visitors, which is typically done with a CDN
- Whole page caching via an external process, like Varnish
- Whole page caching with a plugin like WP Super Cache
- Partial caching of transients with an in-memory datastore like Memcache
- Partial caching of transients with the WordPress database
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