The WP Super Cache plugin by Donncha O Caoimh is one of the most useful plugins available for WordPress, and it will help you keep a site functioning well and served to your users in a cost-efficient manner.
There are many WP Super Cache (or WPSC) articles that will provide you a quick explanation on how to use it. In truth, you could get by, just by activating the plugin and do nothing else – it is that good. However, if you are reading this page, I’m assuming that you want to understand more about WPSC in order to use it optimally.
My goal is to provide information that I have gathered over years of using WPSC in a production environment, serving up millions of page views per month and mostly surviving any incoming traffic onslaught that happened, including the Apple live blogs. Overall, things went well, but I’ll share a few bumps on the road, hoping that you can avoid them as your inevitable success will lead you to new levels of traffic. Read full post →WP Super Cache Settings: Understand & Proper Setup
Despite it sounding scary, there will be times when you’ll need to reset your iPhone. This guide should demystify the whole process, but before we proceed, it’s important to know that there are two different types of reset operations that you can perform: Read full post →How To Reset The iPhone (Hard, Soft and For All iOS Versions)