If you don’t know that your site is slow, is it still slow? Who cares?!? Top 3 coping tactics to make sure you never have to deal with a slow website.
Is your name Maxwell? 'Cause you sure are looking Smart.
This is the place to learn things that other people – people who aren't as smart and fearless as you – prefer to learn the hard way.
Content in this category covers not only things you don't know, but don't even know you don't know so you don't know you should ask.
Ow. Did that give you a headache, too?
So many bonus points if you get the '60s TV reference. You rock.
Kelan & Brittany Kline built their blog from $0 to quit-your-day-job money in less than a year. Now, 2 years in, speed issues threaten their progress.
With a name like Jetpack, it’s easy to think this plugin will make your WordPress site extra zippy. Or, at least, that it won’t slow things down. But HOW you use it is as big a deal as IF you use it. I’ll break it down for you, nice, easy, and a little bit snarky.
Images add flavor, but also loading time. Since speed is critical for SEO & general visitor happiness, optimizing images pays. Inside: The seven simplest ways to get images loading fast.
The WordPress team is hard at work on a change – Project Gutenberg – that will bring drag-and-drop editing to your WordPress website. Existing sites will be affected. Here’s a first look at what you need to know to make sure the transition doesn’t break your site.