Google is always obsessed about how fast they can delivers content to its users. It is all about speed. A year back, Google announced that even the loading speed of your website will decide the page rankings. Therefore faster your website loading time is higher your page rank is. The WP Super Cache plugin does exactly what you need now. It cache static pages of your dynamic web pages and delivers it to your viewers. All the PHP file processing time is been reduced as it delivers only the static files but not the dynamic page. It is possible you can choose whom to view the static files and dynamic files like people who are logged in, people who left comment etc.
Install and Configure the Plugin:
You can download the WP Super Cache plugin from the WordPress Plugins page. Extract the .RAR file and upload it to the wp-content -àplugin folder by logging in as admin in your WordPress account. If it seems complicated, you can just click on Add New under the Plugins in your WordPress Dashboard and install it. Now let us see how to configure the Plugin.
1. Turn ON the WP Cache and the Super Cache which by default will be OFF.
2. As I have told you above, you can choose who can see the cache pages and dynamic pages. In the next option you can choose to deliver the dynamic content to logged-in users by turning it ON.
3. Enable the clear cache option when post is published.
All other setting seems to work fine and hence you don’t have to deal with them.