Wp-Optimizer WordPress Plugin
WP-Optimizer is a revolutionary, all-in-one plugin that cleans your database, compresses your images and caches your site.
Our cache feature is built around the world’s fastest caching engine. This simple, popular and highly effective tool has everything you need to keep your website fast and thoroughly optimized! The Plugin works fine bundled with another plugin UpdraftPlus which can take backup of database and files before you run WP-Optimizer to optimize your database. UpdraftPlus backups can be used to restore to previous situation if required or DB crash.
It does it in three clever ways:
It allows you to clean and optimize your database.
It gives you the option to compress your images.
It allows you cache your pages, for super fast load times (read more caching information below).
Extensive tests show the cache feature alone can make WordPress sites faster than any other caching plugin available. But when you combine the cache with the database and image optimize features, the difference with alternative solutions is significant.
1. CLEANS THE DATABASE
Your WordPress database stores everything that you need for your website – plus many things that you don’t. WP-Optimize clears out all of this unnecessary data, cleans up your tables and even retrieves space lost to data fragmentation.
Mobile-friendly and incredibly simple to use, it:
Removes all unnecessary data (e.g. trashed/unapproved/spam comments, stale data) plus pingbacks, trackbacks and expired transient options
Compacts/de-fragment MySQL tables with a button-press
Detailed control of which optimizations you wish to carry out
Carries out automatic weekly (or otherwise) clean-ups
Retains a set number of weeks’ data during clean-ups
Performs optimizations without the need for running manual queries
Automatically trigger a pre-optimize backup via UpdraftPlus
Show database statistics and potential savings
Why is this important?
The tables in MySQL (the database that WordPress uses) will, over time, become inefficient as data is added, removed, moved around. Asking MySQL to optimize its tables every now and again will keep your site running as fast as possible. It won’t happen by itself.
Every-time you save a new post or pages, WordPress creates a revision of that post or page. If you edit a post 6 times you might have 5 copy of that post as revisions. This quickly adds lots of rarely-used data to your database tables, making them unnecessarily bloated, and slower to access.
There might be thousands of spam and un-approved comments in your comments table, WP-Optimize can clean and remove those in a single click.
WP-Optimize reports which database tables have overhead and wasted spaces also it allows you to shrink and get rid of those wasted spaces.
Automatically cleans your database every week and respects the “Keep last [selected number] weeks data” option.
WP-OPTIMIZE HELPS YOU TO
Make space: When you edit a post or page on your website, WordPress automatically saves the new revision to the database. If you edit things a few times (and particularly if the post is long), your database soon gets clogged up with old revisions that just sit there, taking up valuable space. WP-Optimize removes these unnecessary post revisions, freeing up valuable Megabytes of data and increasing speed and efficiency. It also cleans up your comments table, removing all the spam and un-approved comments that have built up with a single click.
Take control: WP-Optimize reports on exactly which of your database tables have overhead and wasted space, giving you the insight, control and power to keep your website neat, fast and efficient.
Keep it clean and fast: Once enabled, WP-Optimize can run an automatic clean-up on a schedule, keeping a selected number of weeks’ data, according to your specification.
2. COMPRESSES IMAGES
Loading large images is often the biggest culprit in slowing your site’s loading time.
WP-Optimize also has an image-compression tool that uses cutting-edge lossy compression techniques to convert large images (which take a long time to load up) into compressed files saved in your image library, where they can be uploaded in an instant.
It enables you to compress PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP and TIF pictures up to 5MG in size, and it’s packed with other useful features, including:
Bulk compression, allowing you to compress multiple existing images at the same time.
Intelligent, multi-pass lossy compression algorithm, which gives you twice the compression with much less loss of resolution.
‘Restore Originals’ function, which allows you to retrieve or revert back to your original images at any point.
Auto-compress function, which automatically compress images as they’re added to the site.
EXIF Data-Keeping means image information is retained even once the image is compressed.
‘Compress Big Files function’ allowing you to compress images up to 64MB- much higher than any other plugin.
Smaller yet high quality images means significantly faster page loading times and frees up server space and bandwidth for more customers.
3. CACHES PAGES
Page caching is probably what will make the biggest difference to your website’s performance.
Caching involves keeping dynamic data in a temporary storage area so that it can be retrieved in an instant. Caching is a sure-fire way to ensure that web pages load at lightning-fast speed.
Practically, our powerful yet simple cache feature generates the cache when a visitor visits any page or post on your site. WordPress processes the dynamic php files to generate that page, and we save it into a static html file in the cache folder, so that when the next user visits, the page is cached and doesn’t need processing. This caching results in a much faster loading time, and gives a slight break to your server. So caching increases speed and performance while reducing the server’s use of resources.
With minimal configuration, caching your site with WP-Optimize is easy to do thanks to a load of useful features, including:
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