W3 Total Cache v0.13.2 Released

 

Thank you for using W3 Total Cache, the only web host agnostic Web Performance Optimization (WPO) framework for WordPress trusted by millions of publishers, web developers, and web hosts worldwide for more than a decade. 

The newest update for W3 Total Cache is here and we will continue to do our part in helping to speed up the web and your WordPress websites while we continually help to improve the user experience for all your visitors.

With this patch release we’ve fixed reported issues and also made some improvements to the following:

  • Fixed Syntax problems with curly braces that is deprecated in PHP 7.4
  • Fixed the ability to create a wp-content/cache folder when it is missing
  • Fixed broken admin bar when global $posts contain non-array
  • Fixed WP 5.3 issue where Auto Minify was skipping async js scripts added by WP
  • Added support for separate configs for multisite domain mapping that supports separate CDNs per site when network-enabled
  • Added ability to remove emojis to help increase performance
  • Added protection from invalid regex in “Never Cache following pages” option

In our public repository on GitHub, you can review our source code, post issues, and even submit pull requests if you wish to contribute to the project. You are welcome to join us there, and we really appreciate all users that have contributed in both the past and present. Have an idea for a feature suggestion? Drop by and let us know!

We are always looking for ways to improve W3 Total Cache with new features, UI improvements, and of course, improvements to the user experience. If you like what we have done, please be sure to take some time and rate our plugin on the WordPress Plugin Repository.

Once again, we are sending a big thanks to all of our supporters, including those who are active in the forums helping end-users.

 

Why Total Upkeep is the Best WordPress Backup Plugin to Use in 2020

Why Total Upkeep is the Best WordPress Backup Plugin to Use in 2020

We’ve all been there – scouring the internet for the best WordPress backup plugin, trying to read reviews and list out pros and cons before installing and trying it out for ourselves. That’s why we scoured for you, finding the best backup plugin, so you don’t have to.

The Total Upkeep Plugin boasts a suite of features all tucked into one plugin. Automated, powerful tools to ensure you always have a clean backup, a toolset to prevent website crashes from happening in the first place, and allows you to get your site back online within a few hours if the worst occurs.

Securing your WordPress website with the Total Upkeep Plugin is an easy solution for quick, worry-free backups, updates, restorations, migrations, and security.

You can easily schedule your backups or run them manually. Simply select a date and time for automated backups, or manually create a backup at any time with a single click. You can monitor your site for errors that could lead to it crashing. If any errors are found, you get an automatic email with the option to restore your site to the latest backup that was taken.

If you have automatic updates set up to run, Total Upkeep will create an archive of your site before any plugin or theme updates run so that if those updates fail, it will restore back to the last backup taken.

Typically the process of migrating your WordPress website from one place to another is a headache, you’re risking files being lost, not working properly or any number of things that are a potential disaster. With the Total Upkeep plugin for WordPress, migration is a breeze. You just install it on both websites, create a backup on the first site, and then restore the backup on the second site. The “magic link” automates everything so you don’t have to worry about anything!

Total Upkeep boasts a restoration script to restore a backup from outside of WordPress, in the event that WordPress has been corrupted. Additionally, it has the option to restore single files from within the backup browser, as well as looking through archives for individual files to restore those if necessary as well.

Our choice for the best backup plugin to use in 2020 is Total Upkeep for WordPress. With it’s easy, automated backups, the ability to store backups remotely and safely via Amazon S3, Google Drive, or FTP/SFTP, and features like site checking for errors, and automatic archiving, it is our go-to plugin when it comes to backup and security of WordPress.

Total Upkeep is supported by and partnered with DreamHost, InMotion Hosting, Plesk, cPanel and Softaculous.

W3 Total Cache v0.13.1 Released

 

Thank you for using W3 Total Cache!

The newest update for W3 Total Cache is here and we will continue to deliver more speed for your WordPress websites while we continually improve the user experience.

With this minor release we fixed an issue reported after the last update:

  • Fixed PHP warnings in PgCache_ContentGrabber.php

In our public repository on GitHub, you can review our source code, post issues, and even submit pull requests. You are welcome to join us there, and we really appreciate all users that have contributed, both past and present.

We are always looking for ways to improve W3 Total Cache with new features, UI improvements, and of course, improvements to the user experience. If you like what we have done, please be sure to take some time and rate our plugin on the WordPress Plugin Repository.

Once again, we are sending a big thanks to all of our supporters, including those who are active in the forums helping end-users.

W3 Total Cache v0.13.0 Released

 

Thank you for using W3 Total Cache!

The newest update for W3 Total Cache is here and we will continue to deliver more speed for your WordPress websites while we continually improve the user experience.

In this release we’ve added a new Pro feature: Debug – Purge Stack Trace. This feature allows you to see why your cache has been purged and is located in the debug section. We have also added a “Feature Policy” security header, Removed deprecated get_magic_quotes_gpc(), improved the AMP Extension by ignoring the value of amp query string marker in request if passed without value in config, Improved lazy loading by not processing elements with skip-lazy class or data-skip-lazy attribute, and fixed the caching of query-string normalization redirects so that they are no longer cached when the cache key is normalized by accepting query string arguments, which in turn caused a redirect loop.

In our public repository on GitHub, you can review our source code, post issues or bug reports, and even submit pull requests to contribute to the plugin. You are welcome to join us there, and we really appreciate all users that have contributed, both past and present.

We are always looking for ways to improve W3 Total Cache with new features, UI improvements, and of course, improvements to the user experience for you and your visitors. If you like what we have done, please be sure to take some time and rate our plugin on the WordPress Plugin Repository.

Once again, we are sending a big thanks to all of our supporters, including those who are active in the forums helping end-users.