If you're tired of spam, or just find that comments are not appropriate for your site, you may want to disable this WordPress feature entirely. If you are trying to…Read more →
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 :)
The “destination folder already exists” message will show up in your WordPress dashboard if you try to install a plugin or theme that already exists.
Find how to deal with this error.Read more →
If you’ve ever run a PageSpeed or other speed test for the mobile version of your site, you’ve undoubtedly been horrified by the low speed and score compared to the desktop version of your site.
In this post I’ll explain:
- Why mobile performance is always worse
- The primary cause of slow mobile pages
- How to create different mobile versions of your pages
- How to remove unnecessary files from your mobile pages
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!Read more →
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!Read more →