WP Super Cache is a plugin maintained by the Jetpack team that generates static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog. After a html file is generated, your webserver will serve that file instead of processing the comparatively heavier and more expensive WordPress PHP scripts.
- Initial WP Super Cache Setup and Configuration
- Enabling the Debug Mode
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about WP Super Cache
- Advanced Troubleshooting Checklist
- In An Emergency: Uninstalling Manually
Reporting Bugs and Requesting Features
WP Super Cache is developed out of the Jetpack repository on GitHub. Please report bugs and make enhancement/feature requests there:
- Report a Bug in WP Super Cache
- Request a Feature in WP Super Cache
- Request an Enhancement to an Existing Feature in WP Super Cache
Make sure to select “Super Cache” as the affected plugin.
Scope of Support
WP Super Cache is an open-source plugin maintained by Automattic. We provide detailed documentation on how to install, set up, and run WP Super Cache. If you run into trouble, we have an FAQ as well as a support forum where you can seek help from the community. Happiness Engineers from Automattic monitor the forum and will answer general questions about installation, standard configuration, and use. While we can’t answer every question, we’ll do our best to point you in the right direction.
We cannot assist with:
- Server configurations and optimizations
- Theme-related issues: WP Super Cache is designed to be compatible with a majority of WordPress themes. However, we can’t guarantee full compatibility with every theme. In the case of conflicts, please work with the developers or support team of the conflicting plugin.
- Third-party plugin conflicts: We can’t ensure compatibility with other WordPress plugins. In the case of conflicts, please work with the developers or support team of the conflicting plugin.
- Customizations and custom configurations.