The Hyper Cache plugin works by caching the whole HTML output of the web pages that a user requests and saves them to a file. The PHP server is loaded to ensure smooth running of the plugin.
Hyper Cache, a cache system from WordPress, is rightly called the dream of every hosting provider. When a user requests a web page from the server, the Hyper Cache caches the whole HTML output of the web pages and saves them to files. For a request that is made during a userâ€™s visit and when the request is valid enough, WordPress calls the cached file instead of generating the web page all over again. The greatest advantage of the Hyper Cache over some of the other cache plugins from WordPress is that the PHP engine is not required to be loaded as the web page is cached in the form of an HTML file. However, for easy and smooth running of the plugin, the PHP engine is still loaded. Almost 400 errors can be cached using the Hyper Cache and a large number of re-directions can be handled by Hyper Cache .
Hyper Cache plugin Key features:
- easy to install and configure, no modification or file hacking is needed.
- four invalidation codes; low-disk usage option.
- each cached page is served without accessing the database.
- cache auto clean or configurable time interval.
- user agents configurable rejection.
- mobile browser detection with two separate caches.
- global translator plugin detection, and many others.