Which one is the best of these plugins ? Please suggest ! @GulshanKumar
None of these.
Ok then which plugin you suggest for improving site performance ? My website hosted on Digital ocean.
I have activated ‘Nginx helper’ plugin, is this work same as ‘Cache Enabler’. Sorry i have no technical expertise to know difference between them. Can you tell me ?
Yes. It’s similar. Cache Enabler is lightweight, faster than Nginx helper when configured with its native Apache or NGINX rules.
Do we have to add flycdn with cache enabler to work ? or just plugin settings are enough to change performance ? How much flycdn will cost for 300,000 monthly indian traffic ?
If you’ve 99% traffic just from a single country you do need any CDN.
Thanks Gulshan for your reply. You said Cache Enabler is lightweight, faster than Nginx helper when configured with its native Apache or NGINX rules. but i just see these settings in cache enabler plugin (screenshot attached)
This plugin is specialized in page caching.
You might be expecting to see some additional features such as css, js, iframe optimization but I think it’s better to ignore such fancy stuff. As browser are much smarter these days to prioritise request. Thanks to HTTP/2 and inbuilt lazy loading in WP.
I focus in core optimization. Instead doing with 10 plug-in. Do with one plugin and for me most important is server level tweaks to handle much more real time.
I don’t chase score. I optimize with aim to gracefully handle 1000+ real time in less resource.
You may like to read