Intermediate

Intermediate tutorials may include code modifications, or use of tools like FTP. If you’re not a full-on developer, but you’re also not scared of getting your hands dirty, these tutorials are good for you :)

How To Avoid Enormous Network Payloads In WordPress

How to avoid enormous network payloads in WordPress

If you are using Google PageSpeed Insights to test your site, you’ll see this “avoid enormous network payloads” warning if the total size of your page is more than 1.6MB.

It sounds technical, but this is actually one of the recommendations that you as the site owner have the most control over. Unlike some PageSpeed recommendations, you can fix this one!

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A Guide To Moving WordPress Sites

A Guide to Moving WordPress Sites

If you work with clients using WordPress in any capacity, or even if you are a solo site owner, at some point, you will probably need to move a site from one server to another (also known as migrating).

Moving your WordPress site around can be an intimidating process at first. In this guide I’ll show you 3 different ways to do it, so you’ll be equipped for any scenario!

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How To Make A WordPress Test Site In 8 Small Steps

How To Make a WordPress Test Site In 8 Small Steps

Every time a new version of WordPress is released, some people will experience compatibility problems with their sites. These can be minor and easily resolved, or they can be more tricky to diagnose. Either way, especially for non-developers, such problems are a little scary, particularly if they make your website inaccessible or unusable. One way to ease the stress of an upgrade, or to experiment with any changes you may want to make on your site, is to create a sandbox, or testing site. The video in this post shows you how you can easily do that using free tools.

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How To Preload Key Requests In WordPress

How to Preload Key Requests in WordPress

If you run Google PageSpeed tests on your website, you may have seen the recommendation to “Preload Key Requests.”

This post explains what that recommendation means, the advantages as well as the pitfalls, and most importantly, how to do it.

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Create Custom WooCommerce Layouts With Beaver Builder

Create Custom WooCommerce Layouts with Beaver Builder

Continuing the series looking at options to customize your WooCommerce product pages, this time we’re looking at Beaver Builder.

If you don’t mind a small learning curve and a different WordPress editing experience, Beaver Builder is really powerful. You can control most aspects of your WooCommerce store layouts, and easily apply templates in bulk.

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