how to use WP Super Cache

WP Super Cache plugin


  • Use mod_rewrite to serve cache files.
  • Don’t cache pages for known users.
  • Cache rebuild. Serve a supercache file to anonymous users while a new file is being generated.
  • Don’t cache pages for known users.
  • Cache Timeout: 259200 seconds = 3 days
  • Scheduler - timer: 259200 seconds = 3 days

How many SQL queries WP Super Cache make to serve cached page?

Answer by Donncha O Caoimh (developer of the plugin): Webster – there is the WP Super Cache forum but the answer is simple. If using mod_rewrite to serve cached files then there won’t be any queries executed. The page might load images that require queries but the cached html itself won’t require queries. If using PHP mode than I think it won’t need any or many queries but I can’t remember right now.

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