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The Vulnerability Of W3 Total Cache And WP Super Cache

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The Vulnerability Of W3 Total Cache And WP Super Cache

In June 2013, a vulnerability was found in a couple of commonly used caching plugins, which allow arbitrary PHP code to be included in blog comments. The WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache have launched updated versions to address this issue. Webmasters who use these plugins ought to update to the new versions as quickly as they can.

WP Super Cache Vs. W3 Total Cache

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WP Super Cache Vs. W3 Total Cache

WordPress cache plugins are often freely available and helps one work in improving the speed of his/her blog. Firstly in trying to distinguish between WordPress super cache and W3 Total Cache, it’s important to note that with WordPress super cache plugin, it’s possible to convert dynamic pages into static files (HTML files) from a WordPress blog though it falls short of important features like database cache, browser cache, CDN support and page caching that are offered in the W3 Total Cache plugin.

Wordpress WP Super Cache And W3 Total Cache Plug-ins

Wordpress WP Super Cache And W3 Total Cache Plug-ins

I recently ran into some performance issues with Wordpress sites hosted by Hostgator. This is definitely not a recommendation for Hostgator as their support is poor but I would like to recommend a Wordpress Cache solution that has performed well for me. By using a combination of WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache Plug-ins, my sites are loading quickly and performing better than they have in the past.

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