If you’re serious about engaging your audience, then you’ll know that images are an essential element on your WordPress website. But using images can be detrimental to your page speed. One of the best ways to avoid this trap is to use an image optimization plugin. Large images can take a long time to load, so if you’re using a lot of images, or very high-quality images, your load time can be compromised.
The Hub is a complete WordPress management console that lets you manage one or more WordPress sites from one central location.
The Hub’s dashboard is divided into several tabs, giving site admins quick access to all of the main functions required to manage a WordPress site effectively.
Speed is at the top of every website owner’s wishlist. The faster the site, the better user experience, which leads to more conversions. Also, Google ranks pages that load more quickly higher in search results. So you have a good reason to eke out every last millisecond you can from your site. One…
The topics of SQL and database performance optimization are important to a small percentage of WordPress sites. But when they matter, they matter a whole heck of a lot. It is in those situations that the WordPress plugin Query Monitor comes in. Maintained by John Blackbourn, Query Monitor is a great way to see what database queries were run on specific page of your site, and find out what the slow ones are.