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Divi-Aware Server-side Caching
Traditional server-side caching works by temporarily storing web pages locally on the website’s server (rather than in a browser), remembering the content and quickly loading it each time your website is visited. The stored cache is then
regenerated for the entire page any time a revision is made anywhere on the cached page, so it is properly served up to the next visitor. This method of caching speeds up the web page content being served to the visitor, but can be rather resource intensive and inefficient due to the way it broadly regenerates the cache.
How does Divi Rocket’s server-side cache differ from others available on the market?
Our revolutionary Divi-Aware server caching saves the static HTML of the individual Divi Modules on a page or post and
intelligently checks your website’s database to determine whether or not the cached modules need to be regenerated. In other words, being Divi-Aware means that it knows about the different types of Divi modules and when each of them needs to be re-generated, so it can generate only part of the page as needed (such as a blog module if a new post is added) rather than re-generating the entire page, post or product when a change is made that only affects one module.
Disable Caching for Selected User Roles
“Clear the cache!” How many times have we Divi users heard these words muttered in forums and Facebook groups. As Divi website designers we are constantly tweaking on the back-end, checking out how it looks on the front end, and repeating the process over and over. Many times changes are not reflected on the front end because the website’s cache is serving up a stored copy of the previous revision and in a state of insomnia we may think that perhaps the changes were never made or were done incorrectly. Divi Rocket addresses this issue by allowing website admins to disable caching for specific user roles when logged in. This allows Divi users to streamline their workflow and reduce frustration by only serving up cached versions of the site to the people that matter most – Your visitors, readers and customers.
Reduce bloat and increase site performance by giving your Divi website’s database the cleanse it deserves! Your WordPress and Divi website is constantly storing bits of information that add up over time into a huge digital scrap heap that can cause all sorts of speed and performance issues over time.
Divi Rocket’s database optimization features will help you clear out unnecessary data, optimize (defragment) the MySQL tables, and even take out the trash for you with the click of a button (trashed comments, posts, pages, etc.). Below are each of the optimization options you can select from… use them all or only the ones you need!
- Optimize Tables
- Delete Post Revision Posts
- Delete Auto-Draft Posts
- Delete Trashed Posts
- Delete Spam/Trashed Comments
- Delete Unapproved Comments
- Delete Expired Transients
- Delete Pingbacks and Trackbacks
- Delete Orphaned Post Metadata
- Delete Orphaned Comment Metadata
- Delete Orphaned Relationship Data
- Delete Orphaned User Metadata
- Delete Orphaned Term Metadata
- Limit the number of post revisions
Gzip is a powerful file compression method that can help reduce the total size of your Divi website’s pages by up to 80%, resulting in faster load times and reduced data usage. While we are definitely not the first caching plugin to implement Gzip compression, we recognize it is one very important ways to decrease your website’s overall load times and serve content to your visitors faster. Combine GZip with the other powerful features in Divi Rocket and you have yourself the most powerful caching solution available for the Divi Theme.
Divi-specific System Specifications Analysis
You can fully optimize your website to its greatest potential, but at the end of the day it’s really only as good as the server it’s hosted on. The staff at Elegant Themes have clearly tested and specified the minimum server requirements that need to be met in order for your Divi website to perform at its finest. With Divi Rocket’s System Specifications tab, you can quickly view your servers settings and whether they meet the minimum requirements necessary for a fast and healthy Divi website.
Lazy Loading Designed Specifically for Divi Builder Content (Beta)
We are proud to introduce the first ever Divi-specific lazy loading in existence. Load long pages faster by not serving up the content until it is within the user’s view when scrolling. While most lazy loading is restricted to only images an doesn’t give the user fine-tuned control, Divi Rocket’s lazy loading serves up content on a per-section (Divi section) basis and the user has total control over how many sections are initially loaded, and how many are subsequently loaded per request. The benefit? Faster Divi page load times, bandwidth conservation, happier visitors and increased SEO ranking.
location blah, blah, blah. We all pretty much know what a CDN is these days, what it does, and why we should use it. Our CDN will do all the things that a traditional CDN delivers. What will make the Divi Rocket CDN so different from all the others you ask? We plan to serve up cached versions of Divi’s core files to users around the globe which will result in customers receiving shared performance benefits between sites using Divi and the CDN. This will in turn reduce the time it takes to load your Divi website in your visitor’s web browser. Sounds pretty cool,
doesn’t it? We think so and you will soon find out 🙂
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