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How To Optimize Images For WordPress, A Complete Guide

People on the web don’t have much time to consume data – because there’s so much of the latter. There’s so much data that we simply don’t have the time to read it all! As a content curator for the modern web, your task is to maximize throughput. The mo…

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Optimizing Your WordPress Site for Lead Generation

Leads are one of the most vital aspects of any business. Without leads you aren’t going to get new customers, and without new customers your business likely won’t last too long. That’s why businesses place such a large emphasis on not only new lead gen…


Imaginative Ways To Add Maps to WordPress

Most of us think of maps simply as an aid to get from Point A to Point B. Or as something which we had to pay attention to in geography class and forget forever after that. But to web designers, maps can mean much more. Designers can add maps to WordPr…


How E-Commerce AI is Changing WordPress Shops

We’re starting to see a growing trend in WordPress plugin development. More companies are creating WordPress-friendly AI and machine learning tools. Many of these apps look like the existing marketing and e-commerce options in the WordPress plugi…


5 Tools to Test WordPress Performance and Site Speed

Have you ever sat and waited for a slow loading website? Chances are, instead of waiting precious seconds for the site to load, you opted for the Back button. In other words, the internet operates a feverish pace, and if your site can’t keep up you run…


Shared vs Cloud Hosting – Which Should You Choose?

WordPress hosting, shared vs cloud hosting, welcome to the world or riddles and mysteries. WordPress hosting is almost a nightmare for any WordPress user who is not versed enough on all the variants that exist in this market. So, you want to host your …



How to Optimize WooCommerce and Improve Site Performance

The e-commerce market has significantly grown in the last few years and it continues to grow with no signs of slowing down any time soon. The main reason e-commerce has gained such popularity is that it’s more convenient for consumers to shop online th…


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WordPress Coding Standards 1.1.0 Released

The WordPress Coding Standards version 1.1.0 has been released on GitHub. This release includes more stringent function call formatting checks which are explained in the handbook. There’s also stricter checks for overrides of WordPress global variables. To see a full list of what was changed, fixed, and added, check out (more…)