How to Install and Setup W3 Total Cache Plugin and MaxCDN
This option allows the browser used by the visitors to your site to store a copy of files of your site in their temporary folder. These files can then be loaded again from that local folder on a return visit. This saves the visitor’s browser from re-downloading all those files again. The types of files stored include HTML files, images files and other static files. This doesn’t affect new posts that are published to your site, and these will be visible to visitors once they go live.
We often get compliments from users on how fast our site loads. Everyone wants to know the secret behind a fast loading WordPress site. Aside from good web hosting and well-coded plugins, you have to make sure that you’re using proper caching and have a CDN (content delivery network). For our setup, we use a plugin called W3 Total Cache. Due to a high volume of request, we have decided to create a step by step guide on how to install and setup W3 Total Cache for beginners.