Create cache for dynamically generated navigation menu HTML and serve from a static file. It reduces some MySQL queries and increases page loading spe
|Author:||oneTarek (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.8.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.8|
|Added to WordPress repository:||21-04-2015|
|Total downloads:||2 819|
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- Go to the WordPress Dashboard “Plugin” section.
- Search For “WP Nav Menu Cache”.
- Install, then Activate it.
- Upload the
wp-nav-menu-cachefolder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
How To Use WP Nav Menu Cache:
Just Install and activate. So nothing to see after installation. To see result see the usages of your server resource from your server control panel like cPanel. For advance user this plugin has a settings page. Go to the settings page from dashboard->setting->WP Nav Menu Cache. Choose your options and save those.
- No new change. Just update readme with tested up to WP 4.9.8
- Bug Fix: The option “Cache for Individual URL” was getting set automatically on some sites.
- Feature Added: A Settings page
- Feature Added: Exclude any theme location from caching you don’t want to cache any menu of.
- Feature Added: Exclude any menu you don’t want to cache.
- Feature Added: Choose wheather this plugin will cache each menu individually for each post/page or any visited url.
- Feature Added: Delete all cached menu files from setting page.
- Feature Added: Delete all cached files on plugin activation.
- Drecrase priority of used filters
- Initial release