WP Rocket 3.9.4 – Best WordPress Pagespeed Plugin
Meanwhile, PageSpeed has become an increasingly important ranking factor for Google. No one likes slow edges. Every WordPress site has a lot of potential to increase its speed. Therefore, caching plugins like WP Rocket or W3 Total Cache are particularly present solutions. w3 Total Cache is completely free, but it’s also more complex because of the many different settings.
WP Rocket, on the other hand, combines all the right settings in just one click and produces better results than W3 Total Cache or similar plugins like WP Fastest Cache. In any case, it’s well worth the small investment, which is why we use the WP Rocket plugin for this site as well. Unlike other caching plugins, it also offers various other features such as caching capabilities, CSS and lazy loading of Java. The following article explains how to optimize WP Rocket for your purposes.
High Performance WordPress Plugin Comparison
Sooner or later, anyone who cares about WordPress and SEO will come across performance or caching plugins. There are many, such as W3 Total Cache, WP Super Cache, WP Fastest Cache, Cachify and WP-Rocket, to name a few. Out of all these performance plugins, WP-Rocket is the easiest to set up and the most effective. All setups are completely simple and stable. Compared to other plugins, WP Rocket offers the following advantages.
Comprehensive database optimization
Automatically create and preload key CSS to make pages appear to visitors faster.
Lazy loading of images and iframe elements
Ecommerce suitable because Woocommerce’s “Store”, “Cart”, etc. pages will never be cached.
Suitable for multiple sites and multiple languages
Within each page or blog post, you can choose individual Cache, JS and CSS settings.
All the process is 100% automated with just a few clicks and no knowledge required.
Install WP Rocket
WP-Rocket is very easy to install, just like all other plugins. Once you have purchased the plugin from us, you can download the WP-Rocket zip file and upload or install it to your WordPress user area.