Learn how to optimize the backend (server-side) performance of WordPress to gain speed and reduce server strain.
It is possible that there may be broken links on your website, so its visitors may not be able to reach some of your content. In this article, we will look at the reasons for such a thing happening and at the possible solutions.
Can you really compete with so many people if you want to start a blog of your own? The answer is yes – you just have to find the right niche.
Following our excellent WordPress performance results in 2022, we did it again this year, earning back-to-back Top Tier awards.
You get too many ads & notices in your WordPress Dashboard? An upcoming update to the admin interface should fix this. In the meantime, we’ve got some solutions you can use right now.
Membership sites have become an increasingly popular way to provide exclusive content, build communities, and monetize online businesses. In Part 1 of this guide, we will go over the basics to help you create a successful membership site.
We covered the basics in Part 1 of this guide, now it’s time for Part 2, where we will create a membership website with WordPress.
Find out why you need a Coming soon / Maintenance page on your website. We will show you the advantages of having such a page, and we will discuss some of the best practices that you can implement.
Check out our results and find out what it took to achieve this recognition.
Does the PHP version you use affect WordPress performance? Yes, yes it does. The more recent PHP version you use, the faster your WordPress site will load. In this blog post we’ll compare how WordPress performs on 4 different PHP versions.