When optimising WordPress sites, you always need to check how long it takes to load your pages, and you need a good reliable tool to do that, as your own internet connection might be unreliable, or there could be caching distorting the results.
Here are some good tools that can help you with benchmarking.
If you need help in making your website go faster, get in touch because we can help out with that.
Ok, so WordPress managed hosting is all the rage these days, and it seems like there is a lot of hype around WP Engine in particular.
There’s enough hype that people ask on Twitter or in person, “What’s so great about WP Engine?” At some point, you get tired of harping on the same old benefits of blazing fast speed, incredible security, unbelievable scalbility, and white-glove support. Those are amazing, but you want to tell an even better story and share the “hidden benefits” of hosting with WP Engine.
There is no point in having an array of locks at your disposal, if you do not use them, or don’t know how to use them to safeguard your property. In the case of information, especially your private information, a heavy duty lock is what you need at all times. To protect, in this case, a repository of valuable information, it is important to have a good lock and ensure that it is fixed strongly to the door.
When building your first WordPress website, the primary step is to find a domain name and register it.
It doesn’t really matter where you buy the domain from with regards to WordPress, but not all registrars are equal. When choosing a registrar you need to consider their prices, interfaces, and additional services they offer.
I’ve been using MyDomain and found them to be the best solution for management and renewing of my domains.
You know that you’re addicted to WordPress when you start wondering about strange questions, and this weekend I happened to have one of these thoughts.
I got curious as to which are the most expensive plugins out there.
The Internet has opened the doors for blog owners to do business and connect with people overseas. Distance is no longer a barrier, but language is. If you want to connect with people in different countries, you can tear down the language barrier by creating a multilingual WordPress blog. You won’t have to translate the blog on your own. Instead, you will install a plugin that will translate the blog for you.