How to enable Redis Object Cache on your free WordPress hosting?

  1. If you have object caching enabled on your WP Total Cache plugin, disable it from you WP dashboard >> Performance >> General Settings >> Object Cache.

  2. Go to Plugins >> Add New. Search for Redis Object Cache. Install the plugin and Active.

    Redis Object Cache

  3. Go to Plugins and click on Settings button of Redis Object Cache plugin.

    Setting of Redis Plugin

  4. Click on Enable Object Cache.

    Enable Object Cache

  5. Make sure the status display as connected.

    Redis status Connected

  6. We recommend to take backup of wp-config.php on this step.Add following lines within wp-config.php to keep the caching consistent on page reloads.

    define(‘WP_CACHE_KEY_SALT’, ‘example.com’);
    define(‘WP_CACHE’, true);

    Replace the example.com with your actual domain name.

That’s it. You have successfully enabled Redis on your WordPress.

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