If your .htaccess file is writable, you should see a green box indicating that the modification was successful: Okay, now the Advanced tab is taken care of. The preload settings essentially makes the plugin cache all your site’s posts and pages periodically.
Welcome to a new chapter in the Word Press Caching series, where we will finally learn how to implement Word Press caching.
Well, these settings are for your server’s .htaccess file.
Simply scroll down and you’ll find the “Update Mod_Rewrite Rules ” button.
If you’re on a shared host, VPS or even a dedicated server, this tutorial should fit your needs.
If you’d like to crank it up a notch, have a look at Pro Word Press Caching with W3 Total Cache + APC (coming soon).
Once you’ve checked these options, press the Update Status button to save the changes.
You should immediately see a rather long yellow box containing a lot of text.