A comprehensive guide to using content delivery networks in WordPress – how they work, their benefits, and benchmark results of an experimental site with and without using a CDN. We then list some of the best free and premium CDNs for WordPress.
WordPress Theme Detector, the free online tool used to detect the theme(s) and plugins used by WordPress sites, has just been released with a new look and enhanced with new features.
Are you interested in improving the performance of your website? What if I told you that you could potentially shave off a few seconds off its loading time? A CDN might be what you’re looking for, read on and learn about my experience with setting one up on one of my WordPress blogs.
An optimized site means two things: fast loading times and less resources needed. The benefits of having a well-performing website are many but the most important ones are: improved user experience, better ranking in the search engines and last, but not least, lower hosting expenses. Below, I will show you five ways to improve the performance of your WordPress website.
W3 Total Cache is the most popular caching WordPress plugin out there. What made it this popular was the extensive settings that offer advanced options to configure the caching exactly like you need it. With the integration abilities being one of the strongest parts of W3TC, it can be integrated with almost any server side caching software or just use the system’s hard drive, particularly useful for shared hosts. Lets see how we can integrate MaxCDN with W3 Total Cache.