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WP Fast Cache


WP Fast Cache is built for pure website loading speed – You will not be able to find any cache that loads a webpage faster, simple as that. This caching system allows users to cache, pages, posts, categories and any other url on their website.

This cache works by creating a static html file for every page cached and then serving that page up first, meaning for cache pages apache only has to serve up static html files, no need to run any PHP or make any database calls.

The Caching system has a simple to user interface for creating, managing and updating cached pages. It also hooks into pages/posts for easy to user cache management on a page level.


  • Bulk caching of all pages, posts, categories
  • caching of all permalink types including /?p=123 format
  • Easy to use cache management
  • Page/Post level caching management


  • Linux
  • Apache Mod Rewrite
  • Writable .htaccess (manual work around available)
  • Writable wp-content (manual work around available)


Wp fast cache is built to be light weight and is best used for caching your top 100 or fewer website pages. We noticed that the vast majority of website traffic lands on relatively few pages, this plugin is devloped around the idea of making your top website pages really fast. Thanks to the team at for developing wp fast cache, and we hope you enjoy!


  1. Upload WP Fast Cache to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to “Wp Fast Cache” area and follow any instruction.


How do I use WP Fast Cache?
  1. Under the “wp fast cache” area add pages,posts, categories or customer url’s to your cache. You can also go to a page/post and click “add page to wp fast cache
    and the page will be added to the cache.
  2. To see if your pages displayed from WP Fast Cache log out, then navigate to that page, you should notice it loading faster.
  3. After a big change to your website be sure to update all the cached pages.
Something went wrong how do I manually uninstall WP-fast-cache?

If something has gone wrong, you can manually uninstall WP-fast-cache by locating your websites .htaccess file and remove the wp-fast-cache code: everything between the lines #start_wp_fast_cache and #end_wp_fast_cache

Do I have to manually cache every page/post?

No, You can bulk add pages/posts to the cache.

What web hosting providers does WP Fast Cache work on?

WP Fast Cache should work on any hosting provider that is Linux based and runs Apache. It has been tested on most of the big web hosting companies.

Do I have to refresh the cache whenever I update a page/post?

No, WP Fast Cache will do this automaticly for you whenever you update or a new comment is published.

My server times out when adding too many posts/pages

For websites with over 100 pages/posts it’s pry best to only cache your top 50 or so pages/posts. You can set how many of your most recent pages/posts to cache

Does WP Fast Cache Support Multisite setup?

Not as of version 1.3

Does WP Fast Cache work with mobile?

Since many sites display different content for mobile devices, WP Fast Cache is disabled for mobile devices as of version 1.3.

Why do I get an error when I install Wp Fast Cache?

Ensure that your website is run on linux with apache. If you still get an error please log issue under support.


September 3, 2016
Works fine with WP Version 4.4.2. No doubt it does it's job very well. Woocommerce support would be great.
February 7, 2017
Just after automatic update to WP 3.7.1 and activating FAST CACHE I can not edit or DISABLE the plugin, or any menu items.!!!! so why and HOW do I get to the NEEDED CLICK.!? PLEASE HELP:
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  • refresh cache on page/post update.


  • Fixed issue with not creating all caches on some wp setups.


  • Fixed Mobile Devices not redirecting (does not cache mobile)
  • Fixed Logged in users seing cached pages (does not cache logged in users)
  • Fixed Bulk Refresh time out


  • Multisite compatible & Supports multiple Subdomains
  • Suppressed PHP Notices