Fragmented cacheAccelerator for WordPress

We almost always pay for hosting space. And, the fewer data, the faster access to it. This means that the loading of pages will be faster.

  • Selection of identical blocks

    Because site pages are quite similar to each other (they have common parts such as header, footer), then storing such blocks in a single copy saves space a lot. This allows efficient caching of page parameters (e.g. currency switching) or user sessions. Configurable here.


  • Compression

    Also, by default, the cache is stored compressed. It is used for:

    • saving space;
    • to speed up the delivery of pre-compressed content.

    Configurable here.

Also, the small cache size allows for more efficient use of in-memory caching technologies such as Redis and Memcached. This is actual for highly loaded sites.

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