With this November publication, we create a new category: The Roadmap. The goal is to report on the progress of our Wetopi platform: new features, changes, updates, …read more
Why Do I Need A Backup Strategy?
Sure, you might be able to get by without a backup strategy for your WordPress site, until you can’t. Nobody expects things to go wrong, especially if they haven’t had it happen before.
Things do go wrong, though, and you need to be prepared, unless, of course, you like worrying about your website going down or freaking out while you try to recover priceless data.
A good backup strategy can help you sleep easy. It makes all the difference between getting your site back online in minutes and the possibility of starting over from scratch.read more
The effective path to a fast WordPress site and to begin working with our own wetopi.com
For those familiar with photography, when adjusting the shutter speed, we just have two dials to play with: the ISO dial and the aperture ring. But setting up a fast WordPress site is a completely different story, it is more complicated, you have lots of speed knobs and not all those parameters are so easy to adjust.
In this post Part1/2, we’ll learn Who is Who in terms of speed and then we’ll work with the server side: our provider and WordPress backend speed.
In Part 2/2 Understanding Content Download and Page rendering, we will go to the client side dealing with frontend delivery and browser build.
Our post goal: avoid falling in the “web page essay” side of things and focus on effectiveness by tackling the main WordPress speed factors.read more
This post is an infographic focusing on How to Save Time with a better WordPress design workflow.
Why WordPress design Workflow?
WordPress is most used CMS and one of its advantages is the ecosystem of themes, plugins, and services helping us to reduce the Time To Market of our projects. But we can not reduce the efficiency to the tooling.read more
PHP version 7 was released this past Dec 2015. This is the most important development in PHP since 2004 and and one of its main benefits is its huge impact on performance.
Running on WordPress 4.1.1 or higher, PHP 7 allows the system to execute twice as many requests per second in comparison with the PHP 5.6, the latest stable release.
Let’s see in this post if we can say “WordPress screams on PHP7”read more