How to Use WordPress IFTTT Recipes to Automate Your Workflow
WordPress IFTTT recipes create connections between WordPress and a huge number of web services allowing you to automate a lot of your online activity.
How To Fix a 502 Bad Gateway Error
The 502 bad gateway error means that the server received an invalid response from an inbound server. Check out these common causes and solutions.
How to Protect Images On Your Site (+ What To Do After Theft)
Image theft and copying have become a huge problem on the web. Check out how to protect images on your site, find copied images, and what to do abo…
Network Latency – Comparing the Impact on Your WordPress Site
Network latency is not something to ignore. Check out how it impacts your WordPress site and some tips on choosing a strategic server location.
How to Fix ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH
The ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH error is typically caused by problems with your SSL certificate or web server. Check out how to fix it.
Analyzing Third-Party Performance on Your WordPress Site
In today's post, we are going to show you how to better analyze third-party performance on your WordPress site, and what you can do to make it faster.
A Deep Dive Into the GTmetrix Speed Test Tool
In this post we take a deep dive into the GTmetrix speed test tool, including a waterfall analysis and tips to improve the speed of your WordPress…
How To Optimize Images for Web and Performance
Images are often the #1 element responsible for slow page load times. Learn how to optimize images for web and your site.
How to Fix the “Specify a Cache Validator” Warning
Find out how to fix the "Specify a Cache Validator" warning on your WordPress site that you see in Pingdom, GTmetrix, and PageSpeed Insights.
What Is an SVG File (And How do You Upload SVGs to WordPress)?
What is an SVG file? It's an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity & animation. Learn more in t…
Why You Should Be Using Supported PHP Versions
Supported PHP versions (especially PHP 8 and higher) offer security enhancements, performance benefits, and all-around better developer features.
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…