Hyper Cache is a cache plugin written purely in PHP which provides it with high compatibility with most WordPress setups and configurations. It can be used with low-resource hosting as well as on high-end servers.

Below we’ll show you how to make the best use of the Hyper Cache plugin.

  1. Log into your WordPress admin panel.
  2. Hover your mouse over “Plugins” and click “Add New.”
  3. In the “Search” box, type “Hyper Cache” and click “Search Plugins.”
  4. Click “Install Now.” A prompt dialog will open and ask if you are sure you want to install the plugin. Click “OK”; then, after the plugin is installed, click “Activate Plugin.”
  5. Navigate to Settings → Hyper Cache.
  6. Navigate to the “General” page of Hyper Cache.
    1. In the “Cached pages will be valid for” section, you can set the amount of time you want your page to be cached. It’s set to 24 hours by default; setting it to 0 will cache it forever.
    2. Check “Enable compression.”
    3. Check “Enable on-the-fly compression.”
    4. Check “Allow browser caching.” It’s set to 24 hours by default.
  7. Navigate to the “Mobile” page.
    1. Under “Working mode,” choose “cache separately” if you produce different content for mobile devices. If not, select “use standard cache.”
  8. Navigate to the “CDN” page.
    1. Click “Enable.”
    2. Enter your CDN URL in the “CDN URL” field.
    3. Click on “Save.”


  9. Click on the “Clean the whole cache” button.
NOTE: After enabling the CDN, you might encounter the following error:

You must add to the file wp-config.php (after the define("WPLANG", "");) the line of code: define("WP_CACHE", true);

After seeing this, edit your wp-config.php file and add this in a separate line:

define("WP_CACHE", true);

​If you have any questions about using this plugin effectively, feel free to start a live chat or leave a comment below.