WordPress Caching Issue

#1
Hello,

I'm having a tough time getting any WordPress caching plugin to function correctly. I'm using the DSP php handler since I figure it's alright security wise since I only have one site on the VPS account.

I have 777 chmod the entire wp-content folder and the appropriate setup/install folders are created when I install a cache plugin. Right now I have hyper-cache installed after having no luck with super-cache and quick-cache.

They all seem to be working fine the wp-admin dashboard but then now new cached files are ever generated in the cache folder.

I'd really appreciate any help with this issue.

Thanks,
-Patrick
 

Glenn

New Member
#2
Hi Patrick,

I never had any issues with W3 Total Cache plugin for Wordpress and I would highly recommend it.

Regards
 
#3
Hi Glenn, thanks for your input! I'm actually a bit hesitant of W3TC because of browser caching. I like the idea behind Super Cache and quick cache in that I have a bit more control of what our visitors see since we update the content several times a week.

Since using DSO I cannot get any cache plugin to work - will have to keep trying! Please let me know if you have any tips.

thanks!
 

Derek

New Member
#4
As Glenn suggested, I would go with W3 Total Cache, you have a lot more control than what you may think you have, plus it's built in CDN tool is amazing.
 
#5
Another vote for W3TC. You can adjust how long the cache lasts and the cache can be updated whenever new content comes in automatically.

The issue may be with DSO. I have nothing but trouble with file permissions if I'm not using FastCGI or suPHP.
 
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