Best Easy Settings For W3 Total Cache
Here are some optimal settings for most WordPress websites using the W3 Total Cache plugin. The amount of settings available can be daunting, but it really shouldn’t take that long to set up in most cases since we’ll only need to focus on some of them. The below takes about 5 minutes.
Note: this is a slightly modified, updated version of this post by inmotion hosting:
you’ve probably already done this, but install the W3 Total Cache plugin
2. Adjust General Settings
Go to Performance > General Settings
Leave the rest of the setting as they are and click the “Save all settings” button.
3. Adjust Page Cache
Go to Performance > Page Cache
Follow these settings
4. Test It Out
Lastly, go to any page of your site and view page source in your brower or press (ctrl + u). You should see this at the bottom of the source code