Advice On Caching Plugins With Genesis 2.0?

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  • #56118

    KenTheriot
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    I have been using W3TotalCache on my site until I upgraded to Genesis 2.0, WordPress 3.6 and Eleven40-Pro. But reading the benefits of all the HTML5 and other Genesis 2.0 stuff, including minifying of css and js, I’m wondering if it is even necessary for W3TotalCache or any other cahing plugin anymore.

    I really seem to have had more trouble CAUSED by W3TotalCache that problems solved. So I’m hopeful. Thanks.

    Ken

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    #56139

    AC
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    Seems everyone is having an issue with W3TotalCache and WP Super Cache. I had two clients with huge issues. I recommended Quick Cache and it’s working just fine for them. That’s what I use.

    #56163

    KenTheriot
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    Thanks anitac. I may look into that.

    Ken

    #56167

    KenTheriot
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    Thanks anitac! I’ll check it out.

    Cheers!

    Ken

    #56169

    phamhung
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    Quick Cache updated 2 years ago. I am not sure if it should be used with the latest release of WordPress and Genesis?

    #56219

    mromero
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    What exactly are your problems with W3 Total cache?

    The plugin was updated a couple days ago.

    W3 Total cache is tricky to set up properly but once configured can give your site a major boost in speed – especially if you have a good host.

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