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Blog Profile / Zemalf.com


URL :http://zemalf.com/
Filed Under:Internet / Blogging
Posts on Regator:39
Posts / Week:0.2
Archived Since:July 23, 2010

Blog Post Archive

The Fuzzy Logic of the WordPress (.com) Terms of Service

In this post I will prove to you that almost every WordPress.com should be suspended as a violation of the Terms of Service of the site. Proceed with caution

WordPress htaccess: The Definite Guide

WordPress htaccess file needs tweaking for security and performance. To make things easy, here is a ready-made WordPress htaccess that anyone can use

W3 Total Cache -Plugin: The Complete Settings Guide

This guide will show you how to easy install and configure W3 Total Cache -plugin on your self-hosted WordPress blog to make it work better and faster

How to Backup and Optimize the WordPress Database

On the step 2 of the WordPress Speed Challenge we're gonna automatically backup and optimize the WordPress Database. This is important before doing any changes

Top 4 WordPress Optimization Steps for Speed

See how four simple steps makes it easy to speed up WordPress in order to retain readers and ensure the search engines don't punish your blog for being slow.

How to Analyze the Performance of a WordPress Blog

The first step of the WordPress Speed Challenge is to analyze the blogs performance before doing optimization and write the results down for later comparison.

Look Back on the First 365 Days of Zemalf.com

Zemalf.com was 1 year young on the 20th of May, 2010. This is an unsensored post and my thoughts about the year, the blog and everything that has happened

How to setup WordPress CDN with W3 Total Cache and MaxCDN

Set WordPress to use CDN with just couple of clicks. No uploading files, no complicated settings. Just W3 Total Cache and MaxCDN. Cake is harder than this. Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: How to setup WordPress CDN with W3 Total Cache and MaxCDN

How to create CDN for WordPress with MaxCDN

Learn how you can easily setup content delivery network with MaxCDN to get a faster loading site with a scalability that you'll need as your traffic grows. Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: How to create CDN for WordPress with MaxCDN

A blog between something and everything

What if I told you that this blog is not just about Internet marketing, WordPress or SEO? Yes, there is a lot here. Is there a method behind the madness? Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: A blog between something and everything

All WordPress.com Blogs to be Suspended as a Violation of the TOS?

In this post I will prove to you that almost every WordPress.com should be suspended as a violation of the Terms of Service of the site. Proceed with caution Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: All WordPress.com Blogs to be Suspended as a Violation of the TOS?

Why Some People Never Make Money Online

Imagine to make money online by working for just couple of hours. That's the Internet lifestyle. But without ONE THING, you will never make any money Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: Why Some People Never Make Money Online

Disqus LOOPHOLE for SPAM Comments in WordPress

Are you running Disqus on WordPress blog? You've probably seen plenty of SPAM and removed them with Disqus. Well, those comments are not really gone. Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: Disqus LOOPHOLE for SPAM Comments in WordPress

WordPress htaccess: The Definite Guide

Good WordPress htaccess -file is essential for security and WordPress performance. In this post, you'll find all the info about htaccess for WordPress you need Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: WordPress htaccess: The Definite Guide

How to uninstall WP Super Cache

Here's how to uninstall WP Super Cache in order to replace it with the better (the best!) option, W3 Total Cache. Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: How to uninstall WP Super Cache

WordPress Speed Challenge – Step 2: Backup and Optimize the WordPress Database

On the step 2 of the WordPress Speed Challenge we're gonna automatically backup and optimize the WordPress Database. This is important before doing any changes Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: WordPress Speed Challenge – Step 2: Backup and Optimize the WordPress Database

How to automatically backup and optimize WordPress database

Learn how to to automatically optimize and backup your WordPress database, so the DB stays fast and you don't lose all your hard work if something bad happens. Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: How to automatically backup and optimize WordPress database

WordPress Speed Challenge – The 4 Optimization Steps

See how four simple steps makes it easy to speed up WordPress in order to retain readers and ensure the search engines don't punish your blog for being slow. Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: WordPress Speed Challenge – The 4 Optimization Steps

WordPress Speed Challenge – Step 1: Analyze the Performance

The first step of the WordPress Speed Challenge is to analyze the blogs performance before doing optimization and write the results down for later comparison. Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: WordPress Speed Challenge – Step 1: Analyze the Performance

10 Best and Most Essential Tools for WordPress Bloggers

WordPress blogger's must-have tools: 10 Tools for analyzing performance, editing text files and images, optimizing images and transferring files and images Original post from Zemalf's Website optimization blog: 10 Best and Most Essential Tools for WordPress Bloggers

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