Discover how to use the wp_body_open() action hook in your WordPress theme, ensuring better plugin compatibility, easy customisation, and adherence to best practices for a more flexible and robust design.
The flexibility with which WordPress can manage posts and pages is one of the platform’s most valuable features. The pre_get_posts() function allows you to adjust the way that WordPress shows posts, which is one of the scenarios in which you would wish to make such a change. In this article, we will discuss why it is preferable to utilise the pre_get_posts() method in WordPress rather than directly manipulating the WordPress loop, as well as how to use the pre_get_posts() function.
Managing multiple WordPress sites can be a headache – ManageWP makes this much easier with a bunch of benefits. In this post we explore exactly what ManageWP has to offer.
One of the key features of WordPress is the ability to cache data, which helps to improve website performance. Transients are one type of caching mechanism that WordPress provides. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at what transients are, why you might use them, and how to create them in WordPress.
Discover why you don’t need to use a plugin for Google Analytics 4 on your WordPress site. Learn about the overhead of installing a new plugin and the simplicity of installing Google Analytics without one. Gain valuable insights into how to take control of the tracking process and ensure that your website is accurately tracking visitor behavior.
Learn how to improve the reliability and efficiency of your scheduled tasks in WordPress by using a server Cron instead of WP Cron. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to set up a server Cron, and enjoy the benefits of running your scheduled tasks independently of your website traffic. Don’t forget to test it on a staging environment first!
If you’re running a WordPress site, you’re likely aware of the importance of website security and speed. With the sheer number of websites on the internet, hackers and cybercriminals are constantly trying to find ways to infiltrate sites and steal sensitive information. At the same time, website visitors have very little patience for slow-loading pages. […]
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems on the web, powering over 40% of all websites. With its widespread use comes the need for performance optimization. One of the methods commonly used to speed up a website is a Content Delivery Network (CDN). However, despite the potential benefits, using a CDN for […]
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) in the world, with millions of websites using it to publish content. One of the key features of WordPress is its ability to create custom post types, which allow you to create different types of content beyond the traditional posts and pages. While there […]
If you run a WordPress website, then you likely understand the importance of optimizing your site for search engines. With the right SEO plugin, you can boost your website’s visibility and improve your search engine rankings, which can ultimately lead to more traffic and higher revenue. While there are plenty of SEO plugins available for […]
Emails are useless unless they get to the recipient’s inbox. Having emails delivered to the intended recipient’s reliably is very important, but by default, WordPress is really bad at doing this. Let’s explore why.
Lately we have come across a lot of hosts trying to cut costs by throttling staging and dev sites. Here’s how you can take action.
Jetpack is a great plugin that has a lot of features. If like us, you don’t use any of the front-end features of Jetpack then disabling the Jetpack CSS file will save you around 12kb from your load time.
A little known feature that crept in to WordPress 5.2 is the health check. It’s quite simple with just two tabs, but can be very useful for debugging issues or looking at basic server information – all from inside WordPress.
Getting an A grade score in PageSpeed doesn’t have to be hard. Here we take you through some easy steps to achieve this in just 30 minutes.
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