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PageSpeed Insights recommendations are a bittersweet aspect of web performance optimization. But no panic! We're going to explain them in plain English and we’ll see how to work with them to have better site performance.
Did you know you can find out how well your cache is performing by calculating hit and miss ratios in caches? Here’s how to do it.
Does your website have an international audience? If so, a CDN might be crucial to improve its performance. Let's explore the world of CDNs with our new article!
It’s essential to know how to use FTP with WordPress if you want to transfer files and manually install WordPress. Here’s what you need to know.
PageSpeed Insights is one of the most used page speed measurement tools, and for good reasons. In this guide you'll learn what it is and how it works.
Setting WordPress file permissions is crucial. Here’s how to fix WordPress permissions, plus the changes to .htaccess permissions WordPress recommends.
GTMetrix is one of the best alternatives to PageSpeed Insights when it comes to measuring the performance of your site. Wondering how to read its results? Read this tutorial!
When it comes to optimizing your site’s speed with a cache, knowing the difference between Cache MISS vs Cache HIT can go a long way.
JSON Web Tokens and session cookies both offer user authentication so they’re the same, right? Nope! In this post we explain why they’re actually super different.
Varnish acts as a cache HTTP reverse proxy and sometimes you can also see it defined as a front-end accelerator. Learn all its secrets and how to use it to boost your web performance on WordPress.
There are enough different types of caches to make your head spin. Not to worry! Here are the differences between a site cache, browser cache, and server cache.