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  1. Sorry, while I appreciate the mention, I have to offer a clarification. As you correctly stated, WP Super Cache was a continuation of the WP Cache project, while W3 Total Cache is completely independent of any other plugin in existence. There is no code in common and a completely different objective for the projects.

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    • Linerd

      Thanks for the correction. I guess I've read too much documentation and got my wires crossed somewhere. Somewhere I had gotten the impression that your plugin was WP Super Cache+. I'll make a correction to the post.

      In some ways the plugin seems a little more complex to set up than WP Super Cache, but in other ways it's easier. The added complexity I think is due to the additional functionality. For basic cache setup, I think it's actually easier than WP Super Cache. Great job on the plugin. My site really does seem much more responsive.

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