We all aware of the fact that WordPress is not so well-known for speed. One should put some efforts to boost the performance of a WordPress site. One of the most popular ways to do so is to optimize images in WordPress. According to a research, your website has only 7 seconds to grab the visitors’ attention. If got, there is a chance that he will be the recurring visitor. If not, he might not visit the site ever again! In this article, I’ll show you the benefits of image optimization and how one can speed up a WordPress site just by optimizing images.
Yoast SEO plugin allows you to set dynamic variables for its meta tags, such as
%%title%% for post title or
%%excerpt%% for post excerpt. If you’re an advanced WordPress users, who use custom fields to storing data or custom content, you might want to add these custom fields to Yoast SEO meta tags. How to do that with normal custom fields and Meta Box custom fields?
How to speed up WordPress using Redis cache is such a simple thing. Redis is an in-memory database which can be used as a data store or cache. Redis presents itself as an ideal solution to speeding up WordPress and any other software which supports Redis cache. In this article, we’re going to show you how to set up a WordPress caching with Redis on a Linux VPS.
WordPress 5.0 has just been released, however, not everyone loves the new block editor – Gutenberg. This article will guide you how to simply disable Gutenberg with just one line of code, no plugins needed.
Website load speed is among critical issues we should pay attention to if we own a website. It affects not only user experience on your site but also SEO rankings. In this article, I’m going to show you how to use Jetpack – a free plugin to speed up your website.
Thanks to the ubiquity of the Internet, nearly every adult will at some point contemplate setting up a website. The site may be for business, for popularizing a cause, or for sharing their personal thoughts with the world. Setting up a website involves plenty of decisions.
The previous post has shown us how to create and work with a simple group. Nonetheless, much of your time will be squandered on creating every single group / field manually if a number of repeated groups / custom fields are repeated on a continuous basis. Therefore, a tool that can help you automatically clone them will be of great necessity.
One of the powerful features that help developers add more functions to a WordPress website is Custom Fields. Though most of us don’t use custom fields in an independent way, this is still a significant platform for digging deeper into WordPress.
For developers and WordPress newbies to easier work with custom fields, Meta Box has developed an extension called Meta Box Builder.