W3 Total Cache Pro
Easy Setup With Any Hosting
Most shared hosting, VPS hosting, and dedicated server hosting plans are generally compatible. straightforward configuration and installation.
Includes support for mobile devices
No matter how your people access it, W3 Total Cache speeds up your WordPress website. Visitors on mobile devices will experience the same blazingly fast speeds as those on desktop.
The Ideal Plugin for WordPress Caching
The plugin W3 Total Cache expands along with you. Most websites initially need to enable browser and page caching, which W3 Total Cache takes care of for you with a few quick clicks. Your needs for caching change as you expand. W3TC will also be available to you.
Caching for WordPress pages
Page Caching for your WordPress website is one of the most essential things you can do to speed up your site. W3 Total Cache does this for you, quickly and easily, allowing you several options for disk and RAM based storage such as Redis or Memcached.
File Static Compression
Whether Brotli or Gzip compression is enabled on your server, W3 Total Cache can take use of either to guarantee that you consume the least amount of bandwidth while maintaining the fastest page speed. With W3TC, your website will load more quickly and consistently.
Streaming Pictures (Lazy Loading)
Unless they are visible in the initial render, lazy loading delays the loading of the images. This enables you to maintain the fastest possible page performance while having longer, richer pages.
Compatible Web Server and Stack
To help increase your page performance like never before, use Apache, NGINX, or both. Like no other accessible plugin, W3 Total Cache makes use of your web server to speed up your WordPress website.
What is included in W3 Total Cache Pro?
CDN-based full site delivery
Google Maps’s lazy loading
Optimize Google Maps for your website’s visitors to reduce loading times. The map won’t load until it is required thanks to lazy loading, which makes your page load considerably faster.
By enabling caching policies on collections of cached objects, fragment caching expands the capability of WordPress. The advantage of this strategy is that scaling caching techniques like Memcached or Redis may be employed, in addition to optimising capabilities in themes and plugins to leverage caching to conserve resources and speed up response times. To optimise website performance, you may find usage instructions in the FAQ under the assistance menu or by contacting support for premium services.
Caching for WordPress Rest API
API caching can be for you if you utilise WordPress as the backend for integrations. Repeat requests will benefit from much faster response times and less resource usage, similar to page caching. The WordPress API can now be scaled up or resource-saving.
Drop Render Blocking CSS
Using render blocking CSS prevents a webpage from being quickly visible. The rendering of your page is delayed by each CSS file you have. The size of your CSS affects how long it takes for the website to load. By removing the CSS that is not required during initial page load with W3 Total Cache, your website will load incredibly quickly!
Add support for accelerated mobile pages (AMP). Your Genesis-powered, WPML-powered site will perform better overall. After upgrading, the following Pro Extensions are accessible:
Acceleration of Genesis Framework by StudioPress
Up to 60% better performance for WordPress websites running on the Genesis Theme Framework.
Boost the cache efficiency of WPML-localized websites.
Scalability issues arise from localization, a form of personalisation. The response time of webpages localised by WPML is sped up with this addon.