Better Caching in WordPress

Caching data in WordPress is easy. Caching data in WordPress in a good and performant way takes a bit more work. For instance, many developers commonly use the Transients API to cache data. As the lowest common denominator in caching, this is okay. It’ll get the job done, even on a $10/year shared hosting plan. But what […]

Query Caching (and a little extra)

By default, WordPress does not cache WP_Query queries.  Doing so can greatly improve performance.  The way I do this is via the Advanced Post Cache plugin: By running this plugin (hopefully as an mu-plugin) with a persistent object cache, WP_Query calls, along with get_post() calls (only if suppress_filters is false) will be cached. Bonus! Now that we’re caching queries, […]

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