Step 1

Get to your Admin Panel, go to Plugins and click Add New.

Click Add New - Install and configure wp super cache

Step 2

Type “super cache” in the search field.

Type “super cache” in the search field - Install and configure wp super cache

Step 3

Locate WP Super Cache. Click Install Now and then Activate Plugin.

Locate WP Super Cache - Install and configure wp super cache

Step 4

You’ll see a warning at the top of the page requesting you to enable the plugin. Click on the Plugin Admin Page link. This will take you to the plugin settings page.

Click on the Plugin Admin Page link - Install and configure wp super cache

Step 5

In the Caching section, enable Caching On.

In the Caching section, enable Caching On - Install and configure wp super cache

Step 6

Click on Update Status

Click on Update Status - Install and configure wp super cache

Step 7

Go to Advanced tab.

Go to Advanced tab - Install and configure wp super cache

Step 8

Make sure that Use PHP to serve cache files is enabled.

Make sure that Use PHP to serve cache files is enabled

Step 9

Under Miscellaneous section, enable Compress pages so they’re served more quickly to visitors.

Under Miscellaneous section, enable Compress pages so theyre served more quickly to visitors

Step 10

Also enable Don’t cache pages for known users.

Also enable Don’t cache pages for known users

Step 11

Make sure Cache rebuild is enabled.

Make sure Cache rebuild is enabled

Step 12

Under Advanced section, enable Extra homepage checks.

Under Advanced section, enable Extra homepage checks

Step 13

Click Update Status.

Click Update Status

Step 14

Click Save Changes.

You’re done. Your website will now be loading much faster.

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