A few weeks back, my obsession with my blog’s load time led me to try out W3 Total Cache which is said to be used by probloggers such as Mashable and Yoast. This plug-in allowed me to designate my blog images to a CDN on the sub-domain of my blog.
It seems to have worked as Google Webmaster’s Tool now shows that my website’s load time is @ 9 seconds ;).
With this new development, I decided to uninstall WP-SuperCache but I met a hitch as shown below.
Here’s how I finally managed to completely uninstall it from my server.
Open uninstall.php which can be found in the wp-super-cache folder. Find the line define( ‘UNINSTALL_WPSUPERCACHE’, ” ); as shown below in line 19.
Change that line to define( ‘UNINSTALL_WPSUPERCACHE’, ‘1’ );
Try uninstalling the plug-in again and everything should go smoothly. If you still can’t uninstall it check out: How to delete WP Super Cache Plug-in In WordPress.