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March 22, 2023
Optimizing Managed WordPress using the W3 Total Cache plugin
This article will shed light on advanced caching options for WordPress — and how to leverage the robust caching-related functionality of the W3 Total Cache plugin and its many features.
March 16, 2023
How to configure the Nexcess CDN using the WordPress CDN Enabler by KeyCDN
At Nexcess, our hosting plans provide the WordPress CDN Enabler plugin by KeyCDN to facilitate the setup required to turn on your CDN in the context of your Nexcess-hosted website.
March 15, 2023
By Kiki Sheldon
Rollback of a plugin or theme using WP-Admin or WP-CLI
Managing plugin, theme, and WordPress core updates are an essential part of a WordPress site administration — knowing how to rollback plugin updates is vital in this context.
March 14, 2023
By Amy Myers
Useful SEO features in the Jetpack plugin
The Jetpack plugin for WordPress includes a collection of tools that work together to enhance your website in the areas of SE0, performance, and security.
February 17, 2023
How to optimize Magento performance
Slow Magento websites frustrate customers and reduce conversion rates. How to optimize Magento performance? We discuss 20 performance-enhancing techniques in this article.
February 15, 2023
Magento 2 registrations — how to stop/prevent spam bots
Learn what Magento 2 spam bots are and how to recognize them. Then, let's discover eight methods to help prevent spam bots from infecting your Magento 2 ecommerce website.
February 13, 2023
Apache Solr search for Magento 1 — Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Apache Solr search functionality can improve your Magento 1 website. In this article, we can help you get a better understanding of what Solr is, how it works, and its list of features.
February 10, 2023
Full page cache and Redis cache management using WP-CLI
Performing Redis cache and full page cache management from the WordPress Command Line Interface (WP-CLI) is a very efficient way to work fast for experienced WordPress site admins.
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February 03, 2023
By Christy Joy
Enabling WP_DEBUG and WP_DEBUG_LOG modes in WordPress
Thankfully, you can resolve critical errors using the WP_DEBUG WordPress constant during the WP Debug and WP Troubleshooting phases of your web development lifecycle.
January 24, 2023
By Kiki Sheldon
Using the Query Monitor plugin for a WordPress site
In this article, we will learn what the Query Monitor plugin is and how it can help us debug WordPress to improve website performance.
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