If you’re trying to build a blog that does well in Google search, you need to focus on performance. And one of the easiest ways to boost site speed is to set up images for lazy loading. In WordPress, this is very simple to do.
One of the best ways to keep an eye on performance in WordPress is by using a speed test app. This will help you monitor site performance and keep Google happy. Today, I’m going to show you some of the awesomeness that is GTmetrix in WordPress and how it can help you.
Most web hosts that you’ll use have a structure called, “inodes.” Even if the host says “unlimited space” for storing files, many will still throttle the number of inodes you can have. But what are they and is it important?
Adding a table of contents can do wonders for longer blog posts. It helps visitors find specific information quickly. But, what if you want to add one without installing a plugin in WordPress? Today, I’m taking a look at the Topic Table of Contents generator and seeing if it’s worth using.
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems on the Internet. Although it’s a powerful system, there are plenty of best practices you can implement in WordPress without breaking the bank…or the site.