Licensing

Powered Cache licensing system works with a license key and domain of the WordPress installation. However, you don’t need an additional license for a multisite setup. Here are the details about licensing; a) If you are using Powered Cache for a regular WordPress installation, you just need one license key. b) If you are going […]

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How To Enable CORS On RunCloud

If you are using Powered Cache on RunCloud (nginx) you will likely need to add CORS rules for CDN integration. Add a custom config and use “headers” as the configuration type 2. Add the configuration

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Powered Cache Headers

Cache Status Header Powered Cache adds “X-Powered-Cache” header to show whether the request was served from the cache or not. For example, if a page is not cached, it will show “X-Powered-Cache: MISS” Cache Miss Reason As an addition to the cache status header, if the POWERED_CACHE_ENABLE_LOG enabled or POWERED_CACHE_MISS_REASON defined, it will add “X-Powered-Cache-Miss-Reason” […]

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Image Optimization

Image optimization is a premium feature that allows optimizing your images instantly without using your server resources. Once the feature is enabled, the origin image addresses with being replaced with our image optimization service (img.poweredcache.net) and it will perform on-the-fly image optimization, resizing and WebP conversation where the client browser supports. Limitations No cache invalidations. […]

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Preconnect Resources

Preconnect establishes a connection to a server. This process includes DNS resolution, as well as establishing the TCP connection, and performing the TLS handshake—if a site is served over HTTPS. If a page needs to make connections to many third-party domains, preconnecting them all is counterproductive. The preconnect hint is best used for only the […]

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Debug Log

In order to enable debug logs for the Powered Cache, you can add example configurations to your wp-config.php file We don’t recommend enabling logging on production websites. Make sure the log file is out of the public directory, or access restricted to that file. If you don’t define POWERED_CACHE_LOG_FILE the logs will be send to […]

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Critical CSS

Critical CSS is a premium feature introduced in version 2.1. What is Critical CSS Critical CSS is a technique that extracts the CSS for above-the-fold content in order to render content to the user as fast as possible. How does Powered Cache generate Critical CSS? Powered Cache parses the URLs of the site, automatically generates […]

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Translate with WPML

You can easily translate Powered Cache with WPML by following these steps Install and activate Powered Cache and WPML Navigate WPML -> Theme and plugins localization Select “Powered Cache” and scan with WPML 4. Once the scanning process is completed, you can start translating under “String Translation”

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Translate Powered Cache Into Your Language

You can contribute to Powered Cache translations through GlotPress. GlotPress is a tool that WordPress uses to provide a unique translation platform. You can check the translation progress here – https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/powered-cache/ And, please read the guideline for the translations – https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/handbook/ Project Translation Editor(s) If you are interested to be a project translation editor, please […]

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