Using WP Super Cache

Using WP Super Cache

Most WordPress pages are created with PHP files and coding. While PHP files are incredibly effective when it comes to creating a blog or website they do have one drawback – their scripts (or instructions created by code) take a lot longer to process than standard HTML files.

The WP Super Cache plugin for WordPress solves the speed problem by generating an HTML file for every PHP file contained within your blog. When your web server tries to view a file in order to run your site it will choose the HTML file over the PHP file, resulting in a page that loads much faster.

Why should you care about how fast your pages load? When people submit your posts to social networking sites (like digg.com, for example) the site will not only consider how many people have “Dugg” your work but how fast your page loads. The longer it takes for your page to load the less likely it is someone will actually stay on your page and read your information before moving on. Faster loading pages earn more attention from search engines, web crawlers, and social networking sites.

Why would you want to waste your time with blog writing if your page loads so slowly no one will ever see your work? All you have to do is install this plugin, activate it, and let it do its job.

For additional information and download instructions: WP Super Cache

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