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Time to Market is greatly reduced in the deployment of your website when using WordPress and its huge resources ecosystem. But you can not reduce “The Efficiency” to “The tooling”. Tools alone would not improve the Design Workflow. You need a good Workflow design!
Cron is a Linux server service that is typically used to schedule commands or scripts on a web server that runs in the background. A cron job is the task itself, which is used to schedule tasks at periodic fixed dates, times, or intervals. Typically these involve repetitive maintenance tasks that are automated to save […]
WP-Cron executes specific tasks for WordPress sites. The name Cron comes from the Unix/Linux service Cron, typically used to schedule commands or scripts. This post shows you how to disable the internal WordPress cron.
In this article, you’ll learn how to increase the WordPress memory limit. When your WordPress page requires more memory than the default allocated memory, you get to see in your logs a message that looks similar to this one:
Compressing your WordPress site’s files is a great way to shrink your page sizes and speed up your site. For a long time, GZIP compression has been used by web servers to deliver your site content compressed to the browser. Now Brotli is the new player! Learn how to get Brotli Compression for your WordPress.
The new PHP 8, thanks to its new JIT compilation engine, has revealed a positive impact on performance. And as we know, more speed means that our WordPress website will be able to serve more users and rank better! However, a “Major” version release implies being very careful about incompatibilities. Read more if you want […]
WordPress-based sites represent 46% of the total number of sites worldwide. With this success, the number of web hosting offers is also increasing. Almost every hosting you can find claims to provide WordPress Hosting. But WordPress hosting offers don’t usually deliver what they promise. We explain here what you need to consider when choosing a […]
On November 26, PHP 8 was released to the world. PHP’s latest version offers new features and improvements promising to greatly enhance the security and performance of our WordPress sites. WordPress Core is compatible with PHP 8.0 since its 5.6 release. But should I upgrade right away? Let’s analyze the main changes and how to […]
In this post, we want to show you when and how to use SVG in WordPress. SVG files, or Scalable Vector Graphic files, are popular among users for being vector-based. That is, they do not lose quality when scaling or zooming. They are smaller in size than an equivalent PNG or GIF. But, by default, […]