What is W3 Total Cache
W3 Total Cache is WordPress Performance
Optimization framework.
 That is designed to perk up user ...
We will discuss here:
 “How to integrate W3 Total Cache with CloudFlare”.
 First of all you’ll need to set up CloudFlare...
How to Integrate W3 Total Cache
with CloudFlare
 If you’ve already installed W3 Total Cache simply
head over to WordPress...
 Now Go to WordPress Dashboard »
Performance and click General Settings.
 Here you’ll see couple of options. Click
CloudFlare option.
 The following window will appear
1. Enable CloudFlare by checking the “enable” box.
2. Enter the email address which you’ve provided to
CloudFlare while ac...
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W3 total cache & CloudFlare integration tutorial

  1. 1. What is W3 Total Cache W3 Total Cache is WordPress Performance Optimization framework.  That is designed to perk up user experience and page speed.  W3 Total Cache boosts up web server performance by reducing website loading time, in addition to providing content delivery network integration.
  2. 2. We will discuss here:  “How to integrate W3 Total Cache with CloudFlare”.  First of all you’ll need to set up CloudFlare With WordPress Site.  Once you are done setting up CloudFlare CDN with WordPress. It will take up to 24 hours to CloudFlare to propagate DNS servers.  Once propagation is done you’ll be able to integrate W3TC with CloudFlare. Let’s get started.
  3. 3. How to Integrate W3 Total Cache with CloudFlare  If you’ve already installed W3 Total Cache simply head over to WordPress Dashboard » Performance. If not  Then go to WordPress Dashboard »Plugins and search for W3 Total Cache in search box and install and activate the Plugin.
  4. 4.  Now Go to WordPress Dashboard » Performance and click General Settings.
  5. 5.  Here you’ll see couple of options. Click CloudFlare option.
  6. 6.  The following window will appear
  7. 7. 1. Enable CloudFlare by checking the “enable” box. 2. Enter the email address which you’ve provided to CloudFlare while account creation. 3. Enter the API key. You can find your API key in CloudFlare account. Login to CloudFlare then click Account tab. Copy your API key given here and put it in W3 Total Cache. 4. Enter the domain name. 5. Set the Security level you want. 6. Leave Rocket Loader off. 7. Enable minification here if it is not enabled in W3 Ccache minify settings. Otherwise enabling it will break your theme. 8. Leave development method off.  Save the changes you have made.
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