Implementing browser caching on your WordPress website improves performance for visitors who visit multiple pages or visit your website multiple times. It allows their computer to store commonly used files…Read more →
These tutorials are appropriate for those new to WordPress, or for non-coders.
The Google PageSpeed recommendation to serve static assets with an efficient cache policy is all about browser caching. It's usually pretty straightforward to fix on WordPress sites. "Static assets" means…Read more →
Addressing PageSpeed's recommendation to Reduce Unused CSS improves your site's overall score, along with the First Contentful Paint (FCP) and Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) metrics. Removing unused CSS is closely…Read more →
Sometimes you might see this error when trying to upload an image in WordPress: The server cannot process the image. This can happen if the server is busy or does…Read more →
Whenever a user creates a password for their account in WordPress, by default you see a meter telling you how strong your password is: You may see this both on…Read more →