I have tests but I can not seem to see the use of a cache plugin with buddypress. Plugin authors do not respond much except w3-total-cache who announces to be compatible.
On shared hosting, what is your feedback on my pre-selection of 3 plugins
Does this improve
1 / the display speed of the page of a member (the most important) or activities and groups (less important)?
2 / displaying other pages as connected members
As the content of some profile pages can vary frequently (photo, description) they are the optimum configuration parameters?
Have you had any problems?
Speeds depends on a lot of factor. There is no predefined way to improve it.
In order to improve, you need to find out the bottlenecks
1. Is it due to assets(theme/plugin assets) or content (media, content etc)
2. is it database
3. is it the network
Once you have found the bottleneck, you can work towards solving it.
For database, I suggest installing and configuring
The redis cache works with BuddyPress(most of the time)
For others, you will have to keep trying and evaluating yourself.
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