Now every server owner at Sangkrit.net can easily accelerate his websites by caching both static and dynamic content and reducing the load on his servers.
How Dynamic Caching Works?
Dynamic caching works by temporarily storing the dynamically generated content in a cache. When a user requests a particular piece of content, the web server first checks if a cached version of that content is available. If it is, the server serves the cached content, which is faster than generating it from scratch. If not, the server dynamically generates the content, serves it to the user, and caches it for future requests.
How To Enable Dynamic Caching On Your Server?
After you buy any Linux-based VPS or Dedicated Server, you can enable caching for yourself and also your clients by providing a caching button on every hosting account you make on your server. You and your users may use this button to turn on catching, simply follow these steps:
- Login to your Sangkrit.net account
- Visit your ‘My Products’ page
- Click the ‘Servers’ option
- Next to ‘Server Actions’ click ‘Launch WHM’
- Open ‘Nginx Manager’ from the software section menu on the left
- Enable the caching
The page allows you to enable the caching on any or all hosting accounts running on your server You can also enable cache by default for all hosting accounts or click the ‘User Settings’ tab to enable NGINX caching selectively on accounts. It also provides you the option to selectively or collectively delete your server’s cache.
Nginx Cache i.e. “HTTP Caching” Or “Proxy Caching
Nginx cache, often referred to as “HTTP caching” or “proxy caching,” is a powerful feature that allows you to temporarily store and serve web content more efficiently. It is designed to reduce the load on web servers, decrease page load times, and improve the overall performance and user experience.
You can turn on, turn off, or delete the cache on any website simply from the server’s main page on your Sangkrit.net account.