With WP.one, you can ensure that your website loads quickly for your visitors. This can be achieved through a combination of efficient page caching and additional Redis caching. Here's how it all works and how you can take control of your site's caching settings.
- Where to manage the cache
- Page caching for speedy load times
- Redis cache for database queries
- How to clear the website cache
- Bypassing the CDN cache
- Troubleshooting cache issues
Where to manage the cache
- Log in to WP.one.
- Go to Sites at the top of the screen.
- Click on WP Admin to the far right of the corresponding domain.
- In your WP Admin, click WP.one in the menu to the left.
- Navigate to Cache in the WP.one plugin menu.
- That's it! You can now control your website's caching settings by turning your caching on or off as needed.
Note: We highly recommend keeping caching enabled as it will help your site handle more visitors and keep the site faster. However, if you choose to use a separate plugin for caching, it is good practice to disable the server-side caching components that overlap with the plugin.
Page caching for speedy load times
WP.one offers an advanced page caching system to make sure your website loads quickly for your visitors. This means that when someone visits your site, the pages are temporarily stored in a cache. This allows for swift delivery of pages when the visitor returns to your site, eliminating the need for time-consuming data retrieval.
Redis cache for database queries
As an added service, WP.one offers a separate Redis cache for your database queries. This Redis cache ensures that frequently accessed database data is stored and served from memory, reducing the need to reload the same data with every page load.
How to clear the website cache
If you ever need to clear your website's cache (page cache and Redis), it's straightforward. Just click on the Flush Cache button in the top bar of your WordPress Admin panel.
Bypassing the CDN cache
If you use WP.one's nameservers, the Content Delivery Network (CDN) of Bunny CDN is activated automatically for you. In some instances, bypassing the CDN cache might be necessary. This can be particularly useful if you've made direct edits to static files on your site and want those changes to take effect immediately.
- On the Cache page, you'll find an option to Activate Bunny bypass if needed.
Troubleshooting cache issues
Sometimes, you may encounter an error message on the Cache page that reads: "Status: The cache may not be working correctly..."
- Please refresh this page to check if the cache is working correctly. If this text appears again, it may be due to certain plugins on your site, such as language plugins or specific WooCommerce settings.
- If you need assistance, contact our support. Our supporters are here to help you resolve any cache-related issues.