wpCache® WordPress Cache Software Documentation
Release Date: 28 March 2017
Updated: 17 Mar 2019
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Welcome to the wpCache® WordPress Cache Software Documentation
This document covers all you need to know about the wpCache®, from installation to the structure of the code and more.
Should you find yourself needing some support please feel free to contact us via the support page on the product page.
Below you will see the overview for everything contained in the documentation. Use the menu to the left to navigate to the various sections of content.
wpCache® is a high-performance, distributed object, caching system application, generic in nature, but intended for use in speeding up dynamic web applications, by decreasing database load time.
- Nginx Support
- CDN Module
- Minify HTML source code
- Single line HTML Output
- Minify inline CSS
- Dynamic inline-JS cache on the fly
- Cache will auto update on change
- Minimize payload size
- Protection For pre-tags
- No Coding Knowledge Required
- No Modification Of Any Type Required
- Easy To Use
- Works with Template engine
- Ready to use for Blogs – eCommerce
- Improve Site Loading Time
- Improve SEO
- Debug on the fly
- GZIP Compression Module
- WP Symposium Pro
- Easy Digital Downloads
- iThemes Exchange
- Yoast SEO
- Google Approved
This folder contains all source files that you can use to build wpCache®.
wpCache® is build on PHP (PHP preprocessor) for its build system.
Caution! If you have a purchased theme, if you upgrade it you will have to enter the php code on the footer page.
Install wpCache® your Server:
1. Upload File’s Main Root setup folder.
Only upload the file to main site root:
2. wpCache Insert PHP Code
<?php include_once("wpCache/wpCache.php"); ?>
Add the php code wordpress theme folder:
Open footer.php add the php code end tag
< /body> <?php include_once("wpCache/wpCache.php"); ?> < /html>
3. wpCache Login Control Panel Access
Default login access:
1. Username: demo
2. Password: demo
If you change the input, you can go to the folder
Open the config.php file and change the input items.
wpCache® WordPress HTTP Cache
Few predefined wpCache has been added (Version 3.4) to ease the process of wpCache.
These wpCache are located in folder.
- PHP up 7.3.3
- Apache ( NGINX+ / Varnish Cache )
- Windows Server IIS
- HTTP/1.0 or HTTP/2.0