Tag Archives: Plugins

What Is Google AMP? How To Implement It On Your WordPress Website?

The AMP Project is a collaborative effort supported by companies like Google and Twitter to make the web faster. It enables the creation of fast websites and ads that are consistently fast and high-performing across mobile devices and distribution platforms.

For instance – It enables Google AMP Cache to host the content of AMP enabled websites, these cached web pages open instantly when a user taps them from search results.

As for now reading on the web is sometimes slow for some users, this also depends on their geographic location and the speed of internet connection. Hence sometimes content rich pages take several seconds to load despite all efforts taken by webmasters to speed up their websites.

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Things That Matter Most In Speed & Performance Of Your WordPress Site

The only three things that matter most to speed up your WordPress website, make it faster are: image optimization, database optimization and enabled caching.

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Enable Mod_Expires On Your Website To Cache Your Files For Speed

Mod_Expires is a module of Apache Web server which is installed by default on all of SANGKRIT.net Linux based hosting options and supports all mod_expires functionality.

It works by manipulating the expire headers returned from the hosting server, letting you control how long a client’s Web browser cache the resources. You want to tune the duration of your caching to optimize performance while still considering how often you update the resource.

When the expires header is already part of the response generated by the server, this module does not change or add an Expires or Cache-Control header—for example, when generated by a CGI script or proxied from an origin server.

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Keep Track Of Vulnerable Updates On Your WordPress Website

It is important to keep themes and plugins updated on your WordPress website as hackers are always looking up for security issues to take advantage of it and plugin developers are not sitting bored to push up some unnecessary update, most of the updates are made to fix security issues. That is why you notice some minor WordPress versions with security release title.

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Save Your Website From Delisted WordPress Repository Plugins

As said by Otto (WordPress Core Contributor), when a plugin is pulled for a security exploit, there is a specific sequence of events that is supposed to take place.

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