Maximizing performance for moderate traffic
I’m migrating from ning and I currently have 700+ members over there. At most, I might get 4-500 people transferring to our new buddypress site. Normally, only around 100 of those people might post one message a month, and maybe 25 are really regularly active. When it’s new though, more people might be active initially.
I’m concerned that I have no caching on the site and that users may experience slow loading time because of it – I read that WP Super Cache is not ideal and that the alternative is very hard to configure – I’m not a coder. I’m also concerned that the site will have issues with the initial traffic load on the hosting end since I host several sites on one server.
Can anyone help me understand how I might cache the site properly and if you have a site with moderate traffic, what are you doing for hosting?
I’m also getting Fatal errors on my dashboard home page under Links, Plugins, and WP Blog that says:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1966080 bytes) in /home/cgoegan/public_html/livingcm.org/wp-includes/SimplePie/Item.php on line 2736
What is causing this?
I’m using WP 3.5.1
the site is at http://www.livingcm.org
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