Caching for WordPress

There are many reasons why you should use a caching plugin. One of them is that it saves resources, by not going to the server every time a new page is requested. Instead, it takes it out of already existing cache.

There are many plugins for WordPress that do caching. However, we recommend the one below:

Plugin Name: WP Super Cache
Plugin Link:

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