W3 Total Cache Pro 2.1.6 Nulled – WordPress Cache Plugin

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W3 Total Cache Pro 2.1.6 Nulled – WordPress Cache Plugin – builds upon the Community (free) version of W3 Total Cache and adds features that will be interesting to any publisher who’s serious about running a successful website.

Upgrading to Pro not only unlocks the features below, but puts you on the upgrade path for additional features that we’re excited to share in the near future.

After clicking the call to action, you’ll be presented with a secure form that takes your billing details and Credit Card information (PayPal is not currently a supported option, but stay tuned).

Once the process is completed, your license key should be automatically applied (which unlocks the new features). If not, you should receive an email containing the license key that you can simply paste into the “License” field on the W3TC General Settings page.

W3 Total Cache Pro features

Fragment Caching Social layer, personalization and e-commerce etc are common elements of highly dynamic web sites. That means that caching entire pages to improve user experience and performance is not a solution. Fragment Caching bridges the gap between no caching at all and the “ideal,” full page caching. By extending the WordPress Transient API, W3TC allows developers to bring both horizontal and vertical scale to bear without doing anything differently.

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Extension Framework As mentioned above, extensions / add-ons represent a great opportunity to both de-bloat projects that solve many problems or address many use cases. It also allows for innovation as 3rd parties can make contributions without having to be a core project developer to contribute or solve their problems while maintaining the control they need. We’re excited for you to try this first iteration of our extension framework, and documentation can be found (for now) inside the plugin’s FAQ.

How do I implement fragment caching?

The W3 Total Cache Fragment caching layer adds new functionality to the WordPress Transients API:

  1. Adds support for grouping transients both per blog and site wide
  2. Adds support for manual flushing of registered transient groups
  3. Adds support for action based flushing of registered transient groups
  4. Adds support for caching filters and actions

To make the plugin aware that you’re grouping transients, please see code examples below:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61add_action(‘w3tc_register_fragment_groups’, ‘my_plugin_register_groups’);   function my_plugin_register_groups() {     //blog specific group and an array of actions that will trigger a flush of the group     w3tc_register_fragment_group(‘my_plugin_’, array(‘publish_post’), 3600);     //If using MultiSite Network/site wide specific group and an array of actions that will trigger a flush of the group     w3tc_register_fragment_group_global(‘my_plugin_global_’, array(‘edit_site’), 3600); } function my_plugin_flush_group() {     //manually flush a blog specific group.     w3tc_fragmentcache_flush_group(‘my_plugin_’); } function my_plugin_flush_global_group() {     //manually flush a network wide group     w3tc_fragmentcache_flush_group(‘my_plugin_global_’, true); }   //Set transients function on_some_event() {     if (false === get_transient(‘my_plugin_some_key’))         //my_plugin_ prefix is the group name we registered earlier         set_transient(‘my_plugin_some_key’, ‘blog specific value’);     if (false === get_site_transient(‘my_plugin_some_key’))         //my_plugin_site_ prefix is the group name we registered earlier         set_site_transient(‘my_plugin_site_some_key’, ‘site wide specific value’); }   // Cache action example add_action(‘theme_post_loop’, ‘cache_theme_post_loop_start’,-999999999); add_action(‘theme_post_loop’, ‘cache_theme_post_loop_end’, 999999999);   /** * Start outputbuffering */ function cache_theme_post_loop_start() {     w3tc_fragmentcache_start(‘example1’, ‘examples’, ‘theme_post_loop’); }   /** * Store the output buffer . */ function cache_theme_post_loop_end() {     w3tc_fragmentcache_end(‘example1’, ‘examples’, false); }   // Cache filter example add_filter(‘theme_filter’, ‘cache_theme_filter_start’,-999999999); add_filter(‘theme_filter’, ‘cache_theme_filter_end’, 999999999); /** * Start filter buffering and return filter result */ function cache_theme_filter_start($data) {     return w3tc_fragmentcache_filter_start(‘example_filter1’, ‘examples’, $hook, $data); }   /** * Store the filter result and return filter result. */ function cache_theme_filter_end($data) {     return w3tc_fragmentcache_filter_end(‘example_filter1’, ‘examples’, $data); }

How to implement a fragment caching exception

  1. Select a memory-based caching backend such as APC or memcached (disk basic will work if this is your only option, but it’s the least performant of the options listed here)
  2. Enable “late initialization” on the Page Cache settings page
  3. Add define(‘W3TC_DYNAMIC_SECURITY’, ‘mycode’); to your wp-config.php file

And finally, use this format to implement the caching exception in your template:

1 2 3<!– mfunc mycode –> echo somefunction(); <!– /mfunc mycode –>

It’s best to test on a page not visible to the public, or even better—a development environment. Just add define(‘W3TC_PRO_DEV_MODE’, true); to your wp-config.php file to test with Pro features on dev environment.

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