Tag Archive For "WordPress plugin"
The recently discovered vulnerability in the WP GDPR Compliance plugin which facilitates the implementation of GDPR on WordPress websites is now neutralized.
WordPress Manager is no longer "beta"! The new stable version 1.1 is already available in cPanel. Get more advantages with one-click installer, with a wide range of themes, super fast free SSL certificate configuration and more improvements!
WordPress manager by SuperHosting allows you to manage your website quickly and easily, install WordPress with only a few clicks, check your website's level of security or speed up loading, recover data from a backup and many more! The plugin was developed by our industrious and creative technical support team, programmers and sysadmins to facilitate work for all of the platform's fans.
A plugin is a software component which is installed on a particular platform (in this case WordPress) and adds specific features to it. There are tens of thousands of plugins installed on our servers. 27% of those are actually among the top 20 of the most popular ones. You can see them here...
In the first part we talked about several settings of the Page Cache module in the W3 Total Cache plugin, which you have to pay attention to. Now we will describe the remaining caching types in this plugin.
As Object Cache and Database Cache will work with default settings, you may only enable them. We will emphasize on Minify as this option has more detailed settings and is often the reason for incorrect site visualization.
Now in the upcoming articles part 1 and 2 we will provide you with more detailed information on W3 Total Cache settings, by means of which you can activate Memcached cashing in your WordPress website. These settings have been tested and proven suitable when using the shared hosting service.
The W3 Total Cache plugin has similar options and settings for data caching. This plugin is also a system for speeding up website loading.