Caches the output of your menus. That’s it 😉
Specifically, it caches the output for every unique page. This allows the menus to retain the current/parent/child classes unlike most other menu caching plugins.
Why should I use this plugin?
If you want to cache your menu content obviously, but specifically if you want to cache your menu content and keep the current/parent/child page classes working. Most menu caching systems do not cater for keeping the various classes working, whereas this plugin does.
Why shouldn’t I use this plugin?
You should not use this plugin if you have a huge number of posts/pages on your site. The plugin caches each menu individually for each post. This can result in a huge number of cached menus on some sites, which could actually resulted in a slower site in those situations. It could also overload your object cache backend if it has insufficient memory to store them all.
- USA English
- Deutsch (German) – thanks to Alexander Praetorius for providing this translation.
- Upload the complete ‘menu-cache’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory OR install via the plugin installer
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- That’s it. The plugin is now working 🙂
Visit the Unique Headers Plugin for more information.