WP Cloudflare Super Page Cache + W3 Total Cache

We recently installed WP Cloudflare Super Page Cache and noticed a marked improvement in page load times, everything seems to be working great. Previously we also utilized W3 Total Cache for Wordpress but the two are now running concurrently. Should we just be utilizing one? Do the two plugins accomplish different things or compliment each other in some way?

They’re different. W3TC does page caching at the server, and APO does page caching at Cloudflare’s edge. I like on-server page caching so when Cloudflare does have to request a page, it’s already ready to go on the server.

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