It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of WordPress as a blog and CMS platform. While it does have its problems, it’s relatively simple to set up, it’s extensible, and - when properly configured - it has great performance. The WP Super Cache plugin has been a staple on my WordPress blogs for quite some time and it has solved almost all of my performance problems. However, when you load up quite a few plugins or a heavy theme, the performance will dip due to the increased number of stylesheets, javascript files, and images.