The NitroPack setup and settings are pretty straightforward. They have 4 different levels of presets. You pick one of them, save and NitroPack optimizes and caches your site’s pages based on the preset you chose.
In this tutorial I use the Ludicrous preset and the results are pretty stellar. If something on my site broke when I set NitroPack to Ludicrous I would have tried a lower-tier optimization setting to see if that fixed it, but everything was fine on Ludicrous.
There is also a manual setting which lets you pick exactly how you want to optimize your site.
And, last but not least, there is a free account. You can use the free account on sites that have 5,000 pageviews per month or fewer. When you exceed that amount then you need to upgrade to a paid plan.
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