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Preload preconnect and prefetch with WordPress

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Share this postPreload, preconnect and prefetch with WordPress. Preload preconnect and prefetch with WordPress. How to use these resource hints, why you’d want to preload, preconnect and prefetch resources, how to go about adding these to your site, and the benefits of doing so. These preload, preconnect and prefetch directives all come under the umbrella […]


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Reduce Initial Server Response Time for WordPress

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Share this postReduce Initial Server Response Time for WordPress (TTFB). In this post I’ll be talking about how to reduce initial server response times for WordPress. Why reducing server response times is advisabled and the benefit of doing so. There’s quite a lot of explanation on this post to start with, which aims to give


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Reduce Unused JavaScript Google Analytics

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Share this postReduce Unused JavaScript Google Analytics. Reduce Unused JavaScript Google Analytics. In this post I’ll be talking about how to reduce unused JavaScript when using Google Analytics with your WordPress site, why you’d want to do this, and the benefit you’ll see by doing so. This post details how to host Google Analytics or


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WordPress Litespeed Cache Configuration

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Share this postWordPress Litespeed Cache Configuration. WordPress Litespeed Cache configuration. In this post I’ll be talking about the configuration options available in the Litespeed Cache plugin and how you can use these to improve the performance of your website. Hopefully this will help you arrive at the best WordPress Litespeed cache configuration to improve your


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WordPress Eliminate Render Blocking Resources

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Share this postWordPress Eliminate render blocking resources. WordPress eliminate render blocking resources. In this post I’ll be talking about browser rendering, render blocking resources, what these are, why they’re a problem and how to eliminate render blocking resources in WordPress. Before you can address render blocking resources, you’ll need to know what browser rendering is,


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WordPress W3 Total Cache Configuration

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Share this postWordPress W3 Total Cache Configuration. WordPress W3 Total Cache Configuration. In this post I’ll be covering how to configure the W3 Total Cache plugin in a WordPress installation, this post follows on from this post about WordPress and caching plugins. W3 Total Cache is also a good alternative to the Litespeed Caching Plugin


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WordPress ensure text remains visible during webfont load

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Share this postWordPress ensure text remains visible during webfont load WordPress ensure text remains visible during webfont load. In this article I’ll be discussing what the WordPress “ensure text remains visible during webfont load” issue is, why it’s a problem, what you can do to address this issue, and the benefits you’ll see after doing


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Elementor and Font Awesome – Ensure text remains visible during web font load

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Share this postElementor and Fontawesome ensure text remains visible during webfont load. In this post I’ll be talking about why sites made using Elementor and Font Awesome are flagged with the “ensure text remains visible during webfont load” issue by toold such as https://pagespeed.web.dev/ . I’ll voer what the issue is, why it’s a problem


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How to Disable Public Access to Your WordPress

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Share this postHow to disable public access to your WordPress. WordPress, both the site and it’s back end (or admin area) are both accessed via a web browser. Consequently they’re both publicly available, as are the pages you use to complete the installation process. This means anyone in the world can access the site, the


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Installing WordPress

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Share this postInstalling wordpress. A few words of warning before you begin: DO NOT PARTIALLY INSTALL WORDPRESS. AFTER INSTALLING WORDPRESS SECURE IT IMMEDIATELY.  Why? Because you could well get hacked if you don’t, that’s why. You have to be a bit careful when installing WordPress as this is it’s most vulnerable state. During the installation


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