Modify Pressable CDN Cache Control Headers

By default, Pressable’s CDN will set the cache-control: max-age to 7 days. If you’d like to increase this amount of time, you may do so by appending any parameter to your static assets. That parameter will increase the time the asset remains cached from 7 days to 10 years. The following code snippet as a […]

Clearing CSS Cache in Divi

The Divi WordPress theme adds a lot of features and functions to WordPress. This allows users to create more complex layouts while maintaining fast performance times. As part of the performance part the Divi developers have created a cache for the CSS files created by Divi. Why Cache CSS files? Cascading Style Sheets(CSS) allow websites […]

Object Caching with Memcached at Pressable

By default WordPress object cache is non-persistent. This means that data stored in the object cache resides in memory only and only for the duration of the request. However, Pressable uses Memcached to store cached items in the object cache persistently across page loads to speed up your site. Queries must be cached very deliberately, […]

How does Batcache page caching work?

Page caching is one of the three levels of caching Pressable uses to ensure your site loads quickly and efficiently. To achieve page caching, we use a drop-in plugin called Batcache, which is “symlinked” as advanced-cache.php in the wp-content folder on every Pressable site. Batcache stores and serves rendered pages. In a nutshell, when your […]

How do I set up Page Redirections for my site?

One of the biggest reasons why WordPress is so popular is because there is pretty much a plugin to help solve any problem you may have. One of the most common problems we get asked about is, “How do I setup 301 Redirections for my site?”.  To get this accomplished, we recommend the use of the […]

What are the levels of caching available on Pressable?

WordPress is an amazing tool for publishing a website tied into a relational database. In order to make a WordPress website perform as fast as possible Pressable uses a number of cache types. Understanding how Pressable accelerates your website with caching will help you design better websites that perform the best for your users. Caching […]

How Pressable’s CDN Works

Every paying Pressable customer has their content served using a Content Delivery Network (CDN). This guide will help you to learn a bit about a CDN, so that you know what’s going on behind your website. Why a CDN? Around 80% – 90% of end-user response time on the front end of your website is […]

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