Redis object caching can vastly speed up your WordPress page load times. It’s an incredibly popular option: here’s how to use it and set it up.
Memcached is an object caching system that can boost the web performance of your WordPress site. Here's how to use it and set it up.
Unsure about the difference between the browser cache vs cookies? We explain the similarities and differences, as well as what you use each of them for.
Struggling to choose between Cloudflare vs CloudFront? In this post we'll explain how both of them work and help you choose the best CDN for your WordPress site.
If you want to measure mobile website speed, you need tools that will let you mimic real-world mobile conditions. Here are 3 of the best such tools.
Page speed optimization for WordPress is not as difficult as it seems: if you follow the steps mentioned in this guide, you can achieve the best load time.
It’s often overlooked, but you can speed up your WordPress page load times to appease almighty Google by reducing DNS lookups. Here’s how to do it.
How to fix a slow WordPress admin dashboard? In this post, we'll cover 8 tips to help you speed up the WordPress admin area.
This is a guest post. Opinions and recommendations are the author’s own and not necessarily those of WP Rocket. The team at Roots developed two distinct products that simplify managing […]
Hosts boast a ton of features with confusing terms for their hosting plans. All you want to know is, “How fast is my server?” Let’s clear it all up.
When it comes to decreasing your website’s load times, one aspect that’s often overlooked is your DNS and how quickly it responds. DNS (Domain Name System) is the part of […]
Last update: June 2019. With images typically accounting for 50% of an average webpage’s weight, anything you can do to optimize your images not only saves you space on your […]