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WP html cache


This is a plugin to accelerate the speed of your wordpress, by generating real html cache file, the plugin will automatically generate real html files for posts when they are loaded for the first time, when the post published and a comment posted automatically update the html cache is Very fast


1.go into admin->options->WP-html-cache

2.delete all cache files (very important)

3.go into admin->plugins ,disable WP-html-cache


More Info

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1.Upload to your plugins folder, usually wp-content/plugins/ and unzip the file, it will create a wp-content/plugins/WP-html-cache/ directory.

2.Activate the plugin on the plugin screen.

3.Make your permalink looks like a real html file :


htm (*.htm)or html (*.html)or  directory (dir/)must be the end of the permalink.

4.create a file named “index.bak” under the root of your web directory




htm (.htm)or html (.html)or directory (dir/)must be the end of the permalink.

In the Settings → Permalinks panel (Options → Permalinks before WordPress 2.5), you can choose one of the “common” structures or enter your own in the “Custom structure” field using the structure tags.

For more help see the Permalinks,

Do I really need to use this plugin?
  • If your site gets Slashdotted
  • If you’re on a very slow server
  • If you’ve had a complaint from your host about performance
  • If you just want to blog rather than testing new plugins and functions of wordpress
How can I tell if it’s working?

WP-html-cache adds some stats to the very end of a page in the HTML, so you can view source to see if there any codes like “

Do you cache other pages such as cat ?

YES.this plugin can cache home , single, tag, cat,

Contributors & Developers

“WP html cache” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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