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Really Simple SSL For WordPress. Website speed test. Nobody Likes a Slow Website We built this Website Speed Test to help you analyze the load speed of your websites and learn how to make them faster.

Website speed test

It lets you identify what about a web page is fast, slow, too big, what best practices you’re not following, and so on. We have tried to make it useful both to experts and novices alike. In short, we wanted it to be a easy-to-use tool to help webmasters and web developers everywhere optimize the performance of their websites. Feature Overview Examine all parts of a web page – View file sizes, load times, and other details about every single element of a web page (HTML, JavaScript and CSS files, images, etc.). How it works All tests are done with real web browsers, so the results match the end-user experience exactly.

GTmetrix. Historical graphs require more than one test to be generated.

GTmetrix

Once you re-test this page, the history graphs will be displayed and will give you access to the older, archived reports. Deez.io - free domain monitoring service. WP-Optimize. WP-Optimize is an extensive WordPress database cleanup and optimization tool.

WP-Optimize

It doesn't require PhpMyAdmin to clean and optimize your database tables. Please show your support for this plugin by giving it a rating :) Now hosted at GitHub. I do not monitor wp forums, so use plugins(at)ruhanirabin.com for support questions. Please join GitHub and collaborate. All the potentially dangerous clean up options are marked RED. When you use this plugin for the first time or just updated to major version, make a backup of your database.

Shared Hosting Reviews: Best Speed - HostingReviews.io. WordPress Hosting Performance Benchmarks (2015) Sponsored by LoadStorm.

WordPress Hosting Performance Benchmarks (2015)

The easy and cost effective load testing tool for web and mobile applications. This is the third round of managed WordPress web hosting performance testing. You can see the original here, and the November 2014 version here. New (8/20/2015) This post is also available as an Infographic. Companies Tested A Small Orange [Reviews]BlueHost [Reviews]CloudWaysDreamHost [Reviews]FlyWheel [Reviews]GoDaddy [Reviews]KinstaLightningBaseMediaTemple [Reviews]NexcessPagely [Reviews]PantheonPressidiumPressLabsSiteGround† [Reviews]WebHostingBuzzWPEngine* [Reviews]WPOven.comWPPronto Note: Pressable and WebSynthesis [Reviews] were not interested in being tested this round and were excluded. Every company donated an account to test on.

†Tests were performed with SiteGround's proprietary SuperCacher module turned on fully with memcached. The Products (Click for Full-Size Image) Methodology The question I tried to answer is how well do these WordPress hosting services perform? W3 Total Cache -Plugin: The Complete Settings Guide. Learn how to easily install W3 Total Cache -plugin on your self-hosted WordPress blog and how to configure its settings for maximum speed The extended version of the W3 Total Cache guide is available as a free eBook: Download the free W3 Total Cache Installation and Configuration Guide from MediaFire.

W3 Total Cache -Plugin: The Complete Settings Guide

Introduction. Home - Pods Framework. Embedded Timelines. Embedded timelines are an easy way to embed multiple Tweets on your website in a compact, single-column view.

Embedded Timelines

Display the latest Tweets from a single Twitter account, multiple accounts, or tap into the worldwide conversation around a topic grouped in a search result. WordPress-Gear. WordPress hooks database - action and filter hooks for wp plugin developers. Giving WordPress Its Own Directory. Languages: English • Français • 日本語 • Русский • (Add your language) Many people want WordPress to power their website's root (e.g.

Giving WordPress Its Own Directory

But they don't want all of the WordPress files cluttering up their root directory. Permissions settings, wp-config.php possible locations. WP version is 3.04, host is FatCow, OS is Vista Two issues: 1) Conflicting permission settings are recommended for wp-config.php.

Permissions settings, wp-config.php possible locations

Which are correct? See below. 2) Given constraints of FatCow accounts, what is the best location for wp-config.php? First issue “You can move the wp-config.php file to the directory above your WordPress install. So, what is the proper setting, 700, 400, or 440? Second issue Given the constraints of a) FatCow (my host), and b) my requirements and the apparent limitations of the WordPress SSL forcing options, what is the most secure location for wp-config.php? A) FatCow seems to allow me to place the file either in the root, where it is by default, or in an existing folder or a new folder under the root. b) More constraints arise from the particulars of my requirements and what appear to be limitations on the options available for SSL forcing. WordPress Development: How to Setup a Staging Environment. Usually we would start developing a website in a local server.

WordPress Development: How to Setup a Staging Environment

Then, we upload it to a staging site, and after everything are confirmed, we push the website to the live server. As simple as that sound, developing a website can be a very lengthy process. In this post, we will see how to deploy and configure these stages effectively when developing for WordPress using a handy plugin called WP Local Toolbox. Once the plugin is activated, it exposes a number of PHP constants. To name but a few, these constants will let us know if we are currently in a live site or in local site, ensure unnecessary plugins in certain stage remain deactivated, and notify us when new content has been added in the live site.

How to Move WordPress From Local Server to Live Site. Developing a WordPress site locally can help speed up the development process.

How to Move WordPress From Local Server to Live Site

In the past, we showed you how to install WordPress on your Windows computer using WAMP and on Mac using MAMP. Once you have finished the development on localhost, the next step is to move the site live.