I think I finally found a cache plugin that doesn’t go haywire and make things worse. WordPress plugin W3 Total Cache has been running for a bit and has seemed to help the recent slowness I have seen. Looking forward for my performance tools to update so I can see how things have improved. Was getting scores around 64% before, now I’m hitting around 92% which makes me happy. Pretty good for not using a CDN either. Since I have a ton of images I may look into the for the future, even if I host it myself.
If anyone has seen/sees any bugs let me know.
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