A common feature found in most security plugins is the ability to remove the WordPress Generator Meta Tag. This looks like the following: <meta name=”generator” content=”WordPress 4.9.1” /> The above tag offers no value in terms of search engine optimization (SEO). The tag tells you what content management system (CMS) the website was built with. This […]
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One of the most annoying aspects for mobile device users who use your website is how you handle the sidebar. For example, in responsive web design, your website looks more or less the same across all platforms. Therefore, one of the most common issues with this type of web design is how mobile interfaces handle the […]
WordPress vs. Photoshop Compression By default, WordPress automatically compresses JPEG images with its built-in library. In WordPress, the newest compression default is set to 82. 82 is the percent the image was compressed compared to when it was originally uploaded. In most cases, decreasing this number too much will cause image distortion. Therefore, WordPress’ default compression […]
CloudFlare is an amazing content delivery network (CDN) with a ton of useful security features. CloudFlare is a great service because it not only delivers static content, but allows you to further optimize your website with page rules. But before I explain what the rules are, let’s address what page rules do and why you need […]
A content delivery network (CDN) is an online service that makes copies of your files. Some common static files are the following: CSS JS Photo and Video Files (PNG, JPEG, GIF) The service works by offloading those resources onto their own servers. This reduces the load and impact on your own web server. It will […]