Janna Hilferty looks into why WordPress search often doesn’t perform well, explaining why the default WordPress search doesn’t scale and some ways to make it better, covering Algolia, Elasticsearch, Relevanssi, SearchWP and Amazon CloudSearch.
If your WordPress site isn't performing well, one of the improvements to consider is to implement caching. In this post, Shaumik Daityari takes you beyond the layman's understanding of caching, explaining how to implement it in a website to improve WordPress site performance.
Having a fast site is important for your visitors and search results. How do you achieve that? Adrian Try lists the steps that will make a difference.
Tonino lists tools, tips and best practices for optimizing WordPress sites — from hosting options to asset management, caching and software considerations.
Interested in learning about Brotli Compression and its effects on WordPress performance? Take a look and find out if it's worth implementing!
Maria Antonietta Perna shows how to use conditional tags in WordPress themes to load styles and scripts only when needed for better website performance.
Average page weight has reached 2.8Mb. WordPress, which powers a third of websites, is partly responsible. Craig shows how to boost your theme performance.
You can optimize the performance of your WordPress site using plugins. Adrian Try lists eight of the best that cover all the bases.
WordPress records a copy of every post revision so you can revert to earlier versions. That can be useful but is it affecting your database performance?
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to create a responsive YouTube embed plugin for WordPress. One that is simple and doesn't add unnecessary page weight.
There's no doubt speed matters. In this article we cover some of the common methods used for tuning WordPress to handle higher amounts of traffic.
In this article we discuss 5 good reasons why you should be using a CDN with WordPress.