Updated on 29.08.2019 Updated on 29.08.2019

Add Expires headers

By |2019-08-29T17:22:35+02:00Updated on 29.08.2019|Categories: Instructions, SEO, WordPress Performance|

Add Expires headers How do I add Expires Header to the .htaccess file? Is the error "Add Expires headers" displayed in GTmetrix or Pingdom? What is the Expires header? What are the steps to add expired headers to .htaccess? When is the right time to expire files and cache? Understand how to add Expires headers to [...]

Updated on 01.09.2019 Updated on 01.09.2019

Configure Entity Tags (ETags)

By |2019-09-01T18:14:54+02:00Updated on 01.09.2019|Categories: Instructions, SEO, WordPress Performance|

Configure Entity Tags (ETags) GTmetrix or Pingdom will show you the following Configure Entity Tags (ETags)? Configuring ETags is one of the most common problems in fixing the speed of a website. In GTmetrix or Pingdom, this error will be displayed if your web server does not properly configure Etags. Here's how to fix the error: "Configure [...]

Updated on 29.08.2019 Updated on 29.08.2019

WordPress Hosting Requirements

By |2019-08-29T17:25:44+02:00Updated on 29.08.2019|Categories: Instructions, WooCommerce, Wordpress, WordPress Performance|

WordPress Hosting Requirements # What requirements do I need for my WordPress Hosting? We write the year 2019. The technology on the Internet is getting more complicated and extensive. Users are demanding more and more powerful websites and developers are writing more and more comprehensive software. However, all of this also requires strong demands on the [...]

Updated on 01.08.2019 Updated on 01.08.2019

Conversion MyISAM to InnoDB

By |2019-08-01T15:19:16+02:00Updated on 01.08.2019|Categories: Instructions, SEO, Wordpress, WordPress Performance|

MySQL Database - Conversion from MyISAM to InnoDB Are you using MyISAM or InnoDB? The slowdown of large WordPress sites is often caused by non-optimized databases. Even older, WordPress installations still use the MyISAM storage subsystem for the database management system MySQL in their database. InnoDB, on the other hand, has performed significantly better in recent years. [...]

Updated on 21.07.2019 Updated on 21.07.2019

Remove jQuery Migrate

By |2019-07-21T14:17:17+02:00Updated on 21.07.2019|Categories: Instructions, SEO, Wordpress, WordPress Performance|

Migrate.js - How do I remove jQuery Migrate from WordPress? jQuery Migrate is a JavaScript library. This ensures the compatibility of older versions of jQuery (older than 1.9). This restores obsolete features and behaviors in the jQuery code and continues to execute properly. As of WordPress 3.6, jQuery Migrate is automatically included on all WordPress [...]

Updated on 21.07.2019 Updated on 21.07.2019

Disable WP-Cron for faster load times in WordPress

By |2019-07-21T14:11:52+02:00Updated on 21.07.2019|Categories: Instructions, Wordpress, WordPress Performance|

Disable WP-Cron for faster load times in WordPress A cron job is a recurring task that is automated. For certain tasks, a pseudo-cron system is integrated in WordPress. Using a real cronjob to automate WordPress has many advantages. You want to know how to set up a real cron job for your scheduled WordPress tasks and [...]

Updated on 21.07.2019 Updated on 21.07.2019

Progressive Web Apps (PWA)

By |2019-07-21T14:26:15+02:00Updated on 21.07.2019|Categories: Instructions, Tools, Wordpress, WordPress Performance|

Progressive Web Apps (PWA) - What is it and how do you use it? You do not know what a "Progressive Web App" is? You probably have used it before. PWA is a term that is currently a big issue for app developers. However, it is often difficult for Internet users to understand exactly how [...]