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AWS Outage – Why We Need More Cloud Computing Providers

The AWS outage on February 28th, 2017 seemed to have a ripple effect across the entire web. This is one reason why we need more cloud computing pro...

In-Depth Guide on Hosting Local Fonts in WordPress

Check out this in-depth guide on hosting local fonts in WordPress. Examples include using a premium font as well as moving a Google font to your ow...

4 Handy WordPress Media Library Hacks

The WordPress Media Library is a powerful tool for media management. Check out these 4 handy hacks, utilizing functions and hooks, to customize it...

Kinsta Kingpin: Interview with Sallie Goetsch

Check out our interview with Sallie Goetsch of WP Fangirl, a WordPress consultant who can help build and develop a new site for your business.

How to Find and Add Stock Photos Without Leaving WordPress

Check out these two different solutions, both free and premium, to easily add beautiful WordPress stock photos without ever leaving your dashboard.

Important Changes – Disqus Ads Are No Longer Free to Disable

WordPress users now have to pay a monthly fee to remove Disqus ads from their comments. Click here to learn more about these changes and some alter...

Kinsta Kingpin: Interview with Mario Peshev

Check out our interview with Mario Peshev, CEO at DevriX, a WordPress development and design agency partner who can help grow all aspects of your b...

8 Lesser-Known (But Useful) WordPress Performance Plugins

Check out these 8 lesser-known WordPress performance plugins that can help you troubleshoot bad plugins or code and increase the speed of your site.

How to Reduce TTFB to Improve WordPress Page Load Times

Check out some of these easy ways to reduce TTFB on your WordPress site. Fast hosting, utilizing a CDN, caching, and DNS all come into play.

Kinsta Kingpin: Interview with Maura Teal

Check out our interview with Maura Teal, web developer at FanSided, part of a WordPress Multisite network of 360+ sites serving over a million user...

A Developer’s Introduction to the Twenty Seventeen Theme

Five small tutorials aiming to help developers and advanced users get the most from the default Twenty Seventeen theme in WordPress 4.7.

Lowdown on Google Mobile Popup Penalty for WordPress Users

Make sure you get rid of those popups, welcome mats, and invasive interstitials, otherwise you could lose traffic to the Google mobile popup penalty.