Occasionally when your site gets a large number of simultaneous visitors the site could appear down due to the overwhelming number of php processes running on the server.
One way to increase performance is to enable page caching. Through our marketplace, we have a caching plugin to help your site performance. This plugin is automatically enabled for all WordPress installations after Oct 2016.
How to enable the plugin
To use MOJO caching UI, you must have the latest version of MOJO marketplace installed. Download here.
To enable caching to plugin:
- Log in to WordPress dashboard.
- Select Marketplace from the site menu and select Performance.
- Select the caching level you'd like to use. For most sites, Normal or Advanced is the best choice for most sites.
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