Step 1: Login to the wordpress admin dashboard.
Step 2: To install the WP Super Cache plugin, you’ll want to first use the “Add New” option from under the plugins sub-menu.
Step 3: Simply type in “wp super cache” in the search box from the “Add Plugins” page & press enter. Once you locate the WP Super Cache plugin, simply click “Install Now“ and “Activate” the plugin.
Step 4: Once you’ve installed & activated the WP Super Cache plugin, you’ll need to go to Settings & then WP Super Cache from the WordPress admin menu.
Step 5: Select the option for “Caching On (Recommended)” & then click “Update Status“.
Step 6: After that navigate to the “Advanced” tab. You’ll then want to select the check box for the following options .
Cache hits to this website.
Use PHP to server cache files.
Compress pages so they’re served more quickly.
Step 7: Once you have selected these options, simply scroll down & click “Update Status” to apply the changes.