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WP Rocket WordPress Plugin Review And Free Downloads

Don’t you hate slow websites? Well, you’re not alone – your visitors hate you too, and to make matters worse, so does Google. That’s right if you want your website to rank high in search engines, sell more products, generate more leads, earn more revenue, or simply offer a more positive user experience, it needs to load quickly.

So how can you make your WordPress website faster? Well, if you are still using a generic shared web host, one of the most effective options will of course be to simply switch to a higher performance web host. But what if you don’t have the time or money to make the switch?

Well, luckily, there is something else you can do that is extremely quick and easy – something that requires almost zero technical knowledge. I’m talking, of course, about using a caching plugin.

Today, I’m going to take an in-depth look at one of the top cache plugins – WP Rocket. In the next review, I’ll show you how much – and how easily – you can speed up your site (using real-life tests and real data).

WP Rocket Features

It should be noted that, only in terms of features, WP Rocket compares very favorably with its competitors. Of course, you’re probably more interested in how fast your website will be after installing WP Rocket (and rightly so), but it’s nice to know that you’re not missing out on any important features.

With WP Rocket, you get Page Cache, Cache Preload, Gzip Compression, Browser Cache, Google Font Optimization, Image and Video Lazy Load, Minification, and much more.

CDN support

WP Rocket also supports content delivery network (CDN) services – if your site is large enough to guarantee the distribution of your files to multiple servers around the world for faster load times, you will find that WP Rocket is more than accommodating.

Quick and easy setup

The main selling point of WP Rocket is how easy it is to enable caching on your website. With most other caching plugins, you are faced with the sometimes daunting task of understanding (and populating) multiple pages of settings and options. Depending on how you set them up, you could end up doing something a little strange (and even in rare cases inadvertently breaking your site).

Minimal control panel

The goal of WP Rocket is to eliminate all that confusion by being automatically up and running out of the box, without being so rigid that it can’t deliver great results. After activating WP Rocket, you will only see a few tabs in the admin panel, each with a few easy-to-understand settings.

You can see the rest of the basic setup screen here. Although there are a few more options to work with, the plugin works perfectly without any of them being enabled. This really is play caching plugin for WordPress!

Suitable for advanced users

Of course, it is recommended that you read the online documentation to really see what this plugin can do and how much extra performance you can get from it, but, for those in a rush (or with zero technical interest in cache ins and outs) It’s safe to say that speeding up your site with WP Rocket couldn’t be that much easier.

Foolproof cache for WordPress

One of the highlights of WP Rocket is its easy setup process, which makes it a fool-proof caching option for busy WordPress webmasters. It’s described as childishly simple to install – something users who just want to get the job done and get on with it will almost certainly appreciate.

In fact, once the plugin has been uploaded and activated on your website, the cache will be generated automatically when someone visits the site. Everyone who visits your site thereafter should start to experience significantly faster load times. Simple!

The basic configuration

If you decide to explore the additional settings and options that WP Rocket offers you, you will see that it has a few tricks up its sleeve to further improve speed, such as the option to only upload media files (such as images) when the visitor reaches them in a page (a feature known as Lazy Loading).

Minification and Concatenation

It can also enable optimization of your site’s underlying HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files through minification and concatenation. This may sound a bit complicated, but it only takes a click or two to implement it (although doing so is not necessarily a good idea – and non-technical people should read a bit about it before deciding whether to enable it or not). Also, if you use Google fonts on your site, WP Rocket will also allow you to optimize them better.

Custom cache lifespan

There is also the option to modify the default cache expiration interval. But, unless you’re displaying important or rapidly changing external dynamic content on your site (like critical content from social media feeds), the default 24-hour lifespan should be fine.

Advanced Settings

Through the plugin settings, you can also enable caching for both mobile users and registered users, all with a simple click. However, after moving to the “Advanced” tab, things start to get a bit more complicated.

Force update

By default, every time you post a new message or add new content to your site, WP Rocket will automatically regenerate that part of the cache. In addition, it will also refresh related parts of the cache (such as archive pages, menus, or widgets).

If you need to refresh everything in the cache (not just newly updated or modified content), you can force WP Rocket to regenerate it from scratch. Going one step further, you will also find options for unrelated parts of your site to automatically regenerate when a new article, page, product, comment, or other content is added.

Exclude content from the cache

To give you even more control over how caching works on your site, you can also exclude pages from the cache by adding their URLs to the `never cache next pages’ field. (Note: The shopping cart and checkout pages are automatically excluded from the cache as part of WP Rocket eCommerce support.)

Setting up a content delivery network

Via the CDN tab, you can configure the plugin to work with the content delivery network of your choice, while the tools section gives you quick access to cache flush and preload buttons.

Plus, if you get stuck, the FAQs and support tabs make it exceptionally easy to access the documentation online, and even open a support ticket from the WordPress dashboard – a lovely touch!

Overall, WP Rocket aims to be everything to everyone. On the one hand, it is very easy to set up and start using on your site with default settings that really produce good results, but on the other hand, there are also a wide variety of settings and options to cater to more advanced users with specific needs or those who demand more control over how caching works on their website.

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