Creating Static Pages with WordPress Super Cache

This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at WordPressVideos.TV In this video, I’m gonna show you how to install WP Super Cache. What exactly is WP Super Cache? Well, basically, all of the content in your WordPress blog is taught in a MySQL database. And every time someone visits your blog, this content is pulled right out of the database and straight to the user. Now, there’s no problem with this, except that it can cause a lot of strain on your server and also use up a lot of bandwidth. So a smarter way of doing that is to convert those dynamic content pages into static HTML pages. You can download WP Super Cache from, or you can also search for this plugin within your WordPress dashboard itself. Now, there are a lot of similar plugins that you can use, but I recommend downloading WP Super Cache and installing it to your WordPress blog. Once you have installed your WP Super Cache plugin, then you just need to activate it. Okay, so, after you’ve activated the WP Super Cache, you need to go to the plugin admin page to enable caching and to edit some of the configuration settings. And you’ll most probably see a warning message here that looks something like this, that actually tells you the file does not exist or cannot be updated. Now, there are several ways to actually overcome this problem. I’m going to show you the easiest method to do this using your FTP software. So, using your FTP software, first, you need to connect to your webhost and