One way to optimize WordPress is to install W3 Total Cache (W3TC), which can be done from your WordPress Dashboard under Plugins. We recommend the following settings:
- Page Cache: Enable
- Page Cache Method: Disk (Enhanced)
- Database Cache: Disabled
- Object Cache: Disabled
Other options for optimizing WordPress include WP Super Cache.
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