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Plugin Description


  • Automatically warm your WordPress/WooCommerce cache without having to manually open a specific page for cache to be built
  • Allows warm by Mobile User Agent
  • Does not slow down the update/add of any specific post/taxonomy
  • Does not slow down the bulk import/update of any specific post/taxonomy


  • Google has officially announced the page loading speed is now an SEO factor, the plugin helps you by making sure the cache is warmed when the google crawler opens the page
  • Improved results on Google PageSpeed Insights, Pingdom and GTmetrix
  • Better user experience increases time spent on site and the conversion rate
  • Improve your overall loading speed performance

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  • Is this a cache plugin?

    No, this is not a cache plugin and it does not replace one, this plugin is an addon to any cache plugin, it allows your cache to be automatically built via Cron Job, preventing the situation where users have a bad experience when first accessing a page where the cache is not built.
  • How does the plugin warm the cache?

    There are 2 methods, one is manual and one is 100% automated by using Cron Jobs.
  • How does the plugin know if a page has been purged?

    The plugin uses WordPress hooks and when a new post/taxonomy is updated or added, it creates a task to warm the specific page with priority
  • How exactly does the `Crawl and Warm in loop` option work?

    To make certain all pages are cached, because if you clear a category cache all posts inside that category may be purged, the plugin continuously (infinitely) opens all the posts/taxonomies one by one to make certain all of them are cached
  • But wait, won’t the `Crawl and Warm in loop` option consume too much memory?

    No, it will not consume too much memory because when the crawler will open a cached page the memory used will be very low. The infinite loop option is similar to a user continually clicking/opening links

    If you encounter problems with it, you can set a smaller limit of pages to be executed per execution


First of all, thank you for purchasing our plugin. We were really appreciated it and hope you enjoy it! If you need support or have any suggestions, just email us at


  • WordPress 3.7+
  • PHP >= 5.6.0


*Version 1.0.3
- Added option to choose what Posts/Taxonomies to warm via cron jobs.<br />
- Fixed issue when updating Taxonomies

*Version 1.0.2
- Added link preload on mouse hover and touch
*Version 1.0.1
- Added the option to add custom pages to be cached
*Version 1.0.0
- Initial version, allows the user to automatically warm the WordPress cache (when used)

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