Importance of Adding Forums and Communities to WordPress
What are Forums and Communities?
To operate this open-source software you must know what DNN caching is and why this is the most important part
of this content management system. Caching is a process in any CMS that holds temporary storage and multiple
copied files in the cache. Caching enables the website to load faster as DNS servers have lookups for their DNS
performance rate becomes maximized when the cache stores the data inside. All the data is stored in RAM.
DNN caching servers work at a quick speed. The
page request is received on the back end of the CMS.
Within no time, it proceeds to the server resulting in an HTML file that is quickly sent to the visitor’s
browser. As long as the caching is turned on, the server will always store the HTML files. DNN consists of two
types of caching one is related to the server, and the other to the browser. When visiting a website, you don't
need to retrieve the files a second time as the browser caches the file for a short period. By doing so, the
load time is decreased.
The other type, server caching, saves all the requests in a cluster and shows the result and this is much faster
and happens in seconds. Object cache saves a minimum amount of data while its cache reduces the website load by
avoiding loading the same objects repeatedly.