Set up SUCURI with WordPress – for Better Performance & Security

A step-by-step guide to using SUCURI protect and speed up a site a WordPress site. Two most important metrics for any site is Performance & Security. However, one of the quickest and cost-effective ways to supercharge your WordPress site...

4 image optimization tools for your WordPress site

Optimizing your site’s images is vital for keeping performance high without sacrificing quality. As such, it helps to have dedicated tools on hand to make the process easier and more effective – especially if you run an image-heavy site....

Using Redis Object Cache to Speed Up Your WordPress Installation

Redis is an open-source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker. It can be combined with other databases like MySQL to provide a mechanism to cache your queries. In this article, we’ll...

Why You Need a CDN for your WordPress Blog?

One of the most important parts of building a blog/website is to optimize the page loading speed. There are so many ways, but we have stressed a whole lot about using CDN. In this article, I will explain in...

7 Quick Ways To Increase Visitor Engagement On Your Website

Optimize, optimize, optimize. That’s what you should be doing with your website. If you don’t optimize, you’ll spend more of your time, and more of your money in some cases, creating more content, content that won’t convert because you...

How to activate Gzip Compression CSS and JS for better client performance in 1AND1 Hosting

Using Gzip allows HTML, JS and CSS files to be compressed, reducing the size of transferred files by up to 70%. This results in shorter loading times for your website. Especially for visitors accessing your website with relatively slow...

7 Performance Tips for Jank-free JavaScript Animations

The role of web animation has evolved from mere decorative fluff to serving concrete purposes in the context of user experience — such as providing visual feedback as users interact with your app, directing users’ attention to fulfill your...

How to Optimize SQL Queries for Faster Sites

This article was originally published on the Delicious Brains blog, and is republished here with permission. You know that a fast site == happier users, improved ranking from Google, and increased conversions. Maybe you even think your WordPress site...

Lazy load for WordPress – what it is and how to add it to your website

Adding lazy load to your WordPress website is an effective tool to speed up your WordPress website. We have written extensively (we even made a case study) about how slow page loading speed negatively effects conversions, SEO, and other...

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