Explore techniques and tools for optimizing the performance of WordPress sites. Learn about caching, image optimization, database management, and choosing the right plugins and themes to enhance speed and user experience. This theme is crucial for website owners and developers aiming to improve site load times, responsiveness, and overall efficiency.
How bloated is your WordPress database? Sometimes it seems that no matter what you do to optimize your site, it’s still a little sluggish. You should be using a database cleaner.
Quicq is an all-in-one solution for WordPress image optimization. It can resize, compress, and convert images, all while serving them up from its Google Cloud-powered CDN. It also offers real-time image manipulation that you can use to adjust your images.
Since their algorithm update in June 2021, Google effectively sees page experience as an important factor in terms of SEO. And the most critical part of the “Page Experience Update” is what Google calls Core Web Vitals. In this post, we’re going to go through what it is, and understand
Looking for managed WordPress hosting? In our Rocket review, we’ll take a look at a new hosting provider that caches your site on over 200 global edge servers using Cloudflare Enterprise, while still giving you managed features like staging sites and automatic backups.
A slow site doesn’t just affect the user experience. It can also severely hurt your ranking in the search engines. Fortunately, there are plugins that can help with WordPress speed optimization.
In this post, I’ll be taking a look at a service that helps you do just that – KeyCDN’s new image processing functionality.
If you’re not familiar, KeyCDN helps you speed up your site by delivering your content from a network of servers
I recently read an article by Danny Richman from seotraininglondon.org and it got me thinking about WordPress’ current performance capabilities and the community’s ability and willingness to implement the best possible solutions for both performance and SEO.
People always tell you that you need your WordPress site to load fast. But…how do you actually make your WordPress site load fast? When you see those big lists of “75+ ways to speed up WordPress”, it’s easy to feel like WordPress performance is too complicated for you.
WordPress is the world’s easiest, most powerful content management system (CMS) and blogging platform. According to BuiltWith, 2645 of the top 10k Internet sites use WordPress. So, if you’re already using WordPress, then congratulations!
However, if you want your WordPress website to
WP Engine is one of my favorite web hosts for WordPress and I host a number of sites with them.
This week I wanted to set up a CDN for one of my sites that was gaining considerable traction on a worldwide basis. A CDN is very helpful if your