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Comment Moderation and CDN Caching

I work on a site that is entirely cached by a CDN. We are about to roll out comments and will be moderating every comment before it goes live. When someone posts a comment and the page is rendered ...
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2answers
526 views

Using Multisite with a CDN?

I'm running Wordpress Multisite hosted with Bluehost, and only have 5 low volume sites. My site load time has been awful recently, so I've used Lazy Load, DB optimization, Smush.it, and Quick Cache to ...
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1answer
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How do I serve fully cached full HTML on cloudfront

I am using cloud front but want it to serve not just images and CSS but full static HTML pages that are cached locally. I am using wp super cache ... I assume it is caching the full HTML for posts ...
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1answer
1k views

Varnish + W3 Total Page Cache

I currently have varnish setup on my server. I'm also using the W3 Total Cache plugin to speed up the site through a CDN. Question: Is there any point in using varnish if the pages are being cached ...
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4answers
4k views

Speed up Wordpress

I don't have the feeling that my blog is particularly slow, but that's because I haven't really started out yet. I'm very worried that it will get slow soon, especially because I will have blog posts ...
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1answer
120 views

W3 Total Cache Help - How to update DNS Zone for a static domain

I am running this site: www.thetechnofreaks.com on Wordpress. Recently I came through a plugin that claims to increase the page load efficiency of my site. the plugin details can be found here: ...
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6answers
814 views

WP script versioning breaks cross-site caching?

I am loading JQuery from the google CDN using the following code: wp_deregister_script('jquery'); wp_register_script( 'jquery', // handle - WP uses this name to refer to script ...
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2answers
885 views

Configuring WordPress for Amazon CloudFront Caching?

Amazon CloudFront is a content distribution network (CDN) that can help you survive a huge amount of load in a short amount of time. What's the easiest way to configure WordPress to host its files ...