WordPress users may use an external plugin to determine the resources that will be cached on the browser and for how long. In this article we use W3 Total Cache as an example, but there are other plugins that will also do the job. Note that we have no affiliation with this plugin.
Once you've created your WordPress site via Moss:
- Log into your website.
- Install and activate the W3 Total Cache plugin.
- From the 'General settings' section, make sure that the Browser Cache is enabled.
- From the 'Browser Cache' section, check the following boxes:
- Below you have the option to fine-tune the expiration time of particular files (CSS,/JS, HTML/XML, media files).
- Finally, click the 'Save Settings & Purge Caches' button.