Flywheel outlining optimization techniques for improving back-end performance for WordPress websites: Make your site blazing fast: Part 2.
If you need to hide the W3 Total Cache sidebar and admin bar menu item links from non-Administrators you can use the following in your functions.php
Since we use WP Engine here at Red Bridge Internet for hosting our client sites and our own internal projects and sites, this was a great read on a UK WordPress firm’s experience hosting 500 installs with WP Engine. They … Read More
A post worth viewing by WP Beginner outlining how they optimized their List25 WordPress website and increased performance of their WordPress website up to 256%.
An interesting post outlining a method of loading CSS asynchronously without render blocking by Keith Clark.
Noticed a nice post by Flywheel, a Managed WordPress Host, outlining optimization techniques for improving frontend performance for WordPress websites: Make your site blazing fast: Part 1.
The dilemma you’ll face working within the WordPress ecosystem; does one enter the product space or the services space as development professional.
It’s surprisingly simple to remove the extra columns added by the WordPress SEO by Yoast plugin. Here’s a screencast that shows you how.
Case Study from Post Status highlighting how StoryCorps uses WordPress and the REST API to build its powerful story telling app and companion website.
This past March at WordCamp London Jack Lenox an Automattician presented on building WordPress Themes using WP REST API and ReactJS.