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  • WordPress,

How To Optimize Static assets In WordPress?

Static assets are essential for website speed because the browser can cache them. That means the browser doesn’t have to download them every time someone visits a page – it can just load them from its cache. This makes pages load faster, which is suitable for users and search engines. To make sure that static […]

  • WordPress,

How To Fix A Hacked WordPress Website?

Have you ever been hacked or compromised on your WordPress website? In most cases, it is not a targeted attack but rather a script kiddie or automated hack attempt. You don’t need to panic and take down your website to fix the problem. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to take […]

  • Tech,

Introduction To Next-Gen Image Formats

Many new image formats are appearing on the scene, so it can take a lot of work to keep up with all the changes. Here is a brief introduction to some of the newer image formats that are starting to gain attraction. JPEG 2000: JPEG 2000 is a newer version of the JPEG format that […]

  • WordPress,

Easy Wix To WordPress Migration Guide (Step-by-Step)

Initially, Wix may seem like a convenient platform to build a website, but as you scale your business, you would be pissed with the limitations of features in Wix. That’s when you turn to WordPress. The flexibility & hyper customization features of WordPress makes it suitable for all businesses. And, of course, it’s easy to use […]

  • Web Performance,

How To Optimize Images And Improve Website Speed?

Image optimization is the process of reducing the file size of a digital image without compromising its quality. This can be done using various methods, such as compressing the image or using a lower-quality setting. The smaller the file size, the faster the image will load on a web page. Let’s talk about it! ContentsHow […]

  • Web Performance,

Front-end Optimization (FEO) Guide

The front-end of a website is the part that users interact with. It includes the design, layout, and content of the web page. On the other hand, the back-end is the part of the website that runs on a server and powers the front-end. Optimizing the front-end of a website can help improve its performance […]

  • Site Speed Glossary,

What Are User Timing Marks And Measures?

User timing marks and measures are two performance-related features that are available in most modern browsers. They can be used to collect data about how your web page or app is used by your users, which can help optimize the performance of your website. User timing marks are used to mark specific points in your […]

  • WordPress,

How To Become A WordPress Developer?

WordPress is a free, open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL. It uses parts of the model—post, edit, and display—as its architectural framework. The posts can be formatted in HTML or WYSIWYG editor. Do you know over 455 million websites use WordPress? Since the software is free, many agencies & individuals hire professional […]

  • WordPress,

How To Eliminate Render-blocking Resources In WordPress?

When it comes to web performance, one of the critical factors is eliminating render-blocking resources. Render-blocking resources delay the rendering of a page and can include things like JavaScript and CSS files. These resources must be loaded before the browser can start rendering the page. This includes external CSS and JavaScript files and anything else […]

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