You can build a website with WordPress without much coding skill, or even without touching any line of code. The reason lies in many wonderful tools which help you do it easily. The most popular tools, it’s no doubt to say, are Gutenberg and page builders. At the moment, they have their pros and cons, so it’s not easy to decide which one is the best and overwhelms the other.
Plugins can bring many advantages to your WordPress website. However, you should consider carefully before using one because it may contain viruses and malicious codes. They also may affect your website loading speed/performance. To check if a plugin has an issue, especially for a newly launched plugin, you can use various useful tools and follow the steps below.
Since search engines place so much significance on the speed of the loading time, it became vital to maximizing the website’s speed. Improving your website’s speed brings along a lot of benefits. Faster websites prove to have better conversions, higher search engine rankings, and further content reach. Another problem with slow loading time is that visitors instantly abandon pages that don’t load within a few seconds after opening!
Google Fonts is always a bottleneck for website performance. The Google Fonts' CSS is a render-blocking resource, which means that the browser won't render any processed content until the CSS is loaded. It also causes a blank space when the font is being loaded.
Nowadays, except for system fonts, Google Fonts is the optimal option for most websites for typography. However, there will be 2 disadvantages when you load Google Fonts for typical websites as instructed by Google's tutorials, or by the way to enqueue CSS in most WordPress themes:
Your Cloudflare account is activated. Now, you’re curious about how you can make the best of Cloudflare to optimize and secure your website. In this brief guide, we are going to discuss a few of the tweaks that you can make to increase your website's security and to maximize its performance.
How to speed up WordPress using Redis cache is such a simple thing. Redis is an in-memory database that 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 WordPress caching with Redis on a Linux VPS.
Website loading speed is among critical issues we should pay attention to if we want to create a website or owned one. 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.