WordPress caching plugins improve the performance of your website by creating a static copy of every page on your website. They also optimise your pages in a number of other ways including compression, minimification, and preloading.
Caching plugins support content delivery networks too so that you can deliver a great user experience wherever visitors are located.
WP Rocket is one of the only WordPress caching solutions that is not available free of charge, but don’t let that scare you away. Retailing from only $39, WP Rocket can optimise your websie in many ways that other solutions cannot.
It boasts features such as page caching, gzip compression, lazy loading, and DNS prefetching. There is also suppoty for content delivery networks and CloudFlare.
Developed by the content delivery network KeyCDN, Cache Enabler helps you deliver static files to your visitors.
The plugin offers minimification, automated and manual clearing of cache, and WebP support.
Comet Cache takes a snapshot of every page on your website. It offers client side caching, Gzip compression, and an advanced caching system for plugin and theme developers.
The plugin can also cache RSS, RDF, and atom feeds.
LiteSpeed Cache is a good caching solution that has support for HTTP/2 & HTTPS. It is able to cache desktop and mobile pages seperately.
API support means that LiteSpeed Cache makes it easy for other plugins to integrate with it.
Simple Cache lives up to its name by offering a simple one-click installation process that does not bamboozle you with options. An advanced mode is available for those that need it.
The plugin offers caching and Gzip compression.
WP Fastest Cache
An efficient caching WordPress plugin that has support for mod rewrite, SSL, and content delivery networks. It optimises your website by creating static pages of your website. Minification, Gzip compression, and browser caching, can be utilised too.
WP Super Cache
Developed by Automattic and trusted by millions of WordPress users, WP Super Cache uses mod rewrite and legacy caching to deliver static files. It has support for content delivery networks and
W3 Total Cache
Installed on millions of WordPress websites, W3 Total Cache is recommended by many website hosts. The sheer number of options available in the plugin means that it is not the most user friendly solution; however your hosting company should be able to help you with this.
The developers promise a ten times increase in website performance after activating it.