3 SIMPLE Methods to Optimize WordPress for Speed | Quick Fix – Some Know Them – Many Don’t

Posted on Tuesday March 17, 2015

If you've been around the Blog-O-Sphere for a while, then you realize the correlation between a fast loading website, SEO and Google. I'm sure this is not news to you, but Google has been using your...

Why Should You Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN)? | Rule #7

Posted on Thursday March 05, 2015

Over the past few years the Content Delivery Network, known as a CDN, has revolutionized web hosting. While a Content Delivery Network may be the solution for many web sites wanting to improve their site speed, not...

How to Minify/Compress JavaScript Files and CSS Stylesheets | Rule #6

Posted on Tuesday February 17, 2015

The minification process is the practice of removing unnecessary characters and white space from JavaScript and CSS stylesheet code to reduce its size, thereby improving your site speed and loading times.

Step by Step – How to Combine JavaScripts Into 1 File in WordPress | Rule 5 – Part 2 of 2

Posted on Wednesday February 11, 2015

Combining JavaScript files may be time consuming and daunting, but this lengthy article will show, step-by-step, in plain Ole English, how to Git-R-Done! Putting forth this effort is one more step towards achieving the goal of...

Step by Step – How to Combine CSS Stylesheets Into 1 File in WordPress | Rule 5 – Part 1 of 2

Posted on Friday January 30, 2015

ONE quick method to speed up your WordPress web site would be to remove each and every [...] If you would like to take your site to the next level, you can improve your performance by combining your CSS stylesheets...

How to Move JavaScripts to the Footer in WordPress – a Quick Fix | Rule 4 of 7

Posted on Thursday January 22, 2015

JavaScript is a client based, component blocking, computer language used by browsers. Moving JavaScript files to the bottom of the page will allow the page to appear in front of the visitor’s eyes, even if the files haven't fully loaded...

How to Apply Gzip Compression to WordPress to Reduce Page Size by 78% | Rule 3 of 7

Posted on Tuesday January 13, 2015

Compressing the size of your Wordpress page files will result in faster page loading times and give a better user-experience for your visitors. Learn how to apply Gzip encoding to compress HTTP responses, which will...