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First Byte Time = 0 through cloudflare
11-02-2012, 12:43 AM
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RE: First Byte Time = 0 through cloudflare
I think the original poster mentioned hosting is at iPage, not GoDaddy.

If your host is slow, you want to avoid ever loading PHP. Both W3 and WP-Super Cache can do this, although Super Cache is sometimes easier to setup (as the above answer mentioned).

Right now, despite the caching, you're still using PHP, as W3 is set in disk:basic mode. To fix that, visit the main W3 settings page and change page caching to disk:enhanced. The plugin will ask to modify your .htaccess file - let it do this. The .htaccess will be used to let Apache directly serve cached pages, which should be fast at almost any host.
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RE: First Byte Time = 0 through cloudflare - lightningbase - 11-02-2012 12:43 AM

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