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I want to know what is BEST Caching wordpress plugin which is 100% compatible and stable - without BREAKING my live finished/designed websites..

I want to know recommendations and right options/settings with Caching my website for fastest speed..

Off course I will use CDN services like Amazon S3.

I added Kraken and TinyPNG - API keys for images compression..

I just need help setting up CDN services like Amazon S3 + Caching wordpress plugin [W3 Total Cache] I am thinking to use W3 Total Cache plugin.

My intention behind opening this support thread is: I am afraid about, if my DMS PRO 2 Pagelines built website get broken or after Caching settings goes wrong then? I put so many hours getting my websites done my required ways.. added all posts/articles ect.. I want help with this from you expert! :)

Thanks in advance!

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We are unable to provide you with a definitive answer on how to setup a cache plugin. As the settings are not related to your themes, but your server. We use WP Super Cache on PageLines.com which I would also recommend. W3 Total Cache is an awesome plugin, but it has far to many options for your average user. Also, a cache plugin isn't really required on your site unless you have high traffic.

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