Flywheel on Improving Back-End Performance for WordPress

Flywheel, a Managed WordPress Host, has published Part 2 of it’s 2 part WordPress optimization series outlining techniques for improving back-end performance for WordPress websites: Make your site blazing fast: Part 2.


It’s Part 2 of a 2 part series, that covers typical WordPress back-end optimizations techniques:

  • Using dedicated WordPress hosting
  • Optimizing WordPress theme logic
  • Caching your WordPress site
  • Using GZIP Compression
  • Using a CDN for your WordPress site

It’s well worth the read and is a good summary of typical WordPress site optimization techniques for the back-end. Here’s the post again: Make your site blazing fast: Part 2.


Post written by Ed Reckers

Founder and lead web development consultant at Red Bridge Internet : San Francisco WordPress Developers and Consultants.

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