To improve the load time from the previous article, we must look to caching. I have always been fascinated by technology that allows us to serve pages very VERY fast. So in this article, I am going to explore a few different options for making WordPress load faster using caching.
It is not feasible to make software like WordPress load in less than 100ms, just loading the front page on this blog takes around 400ms which is already fast for a WordPress site. So we need a caching system in front of it to improve the load time.
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Apparently, performance on a website is essential. Slow sites are a pain for all visitors, and often slow sites put excessive load on the servers as well. To improve the performance of a website, a few tools will help us to pinpoint areas to enhance. It is a combination of settings in Nginx and WordPress. It builds on the setup described in this article but you can use the advice standalone. Most of the optimizations are useful on any web platform, not just WordPress, and Nginx.
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