Page load speed is more important than ever for websites today. We tested several WordPress caching plugins you can use to speed up your website load—which one performed best? The post Optimizing Your Website for Speed: We Compare the...Show More Summary
This is the fourth “research” thread of the Polymath15 project to upper bound the de Bruijn-Newman constant, continuing https://terrytao.wordpress.com/2018/01/24/polymath-proposal-upper-bounding-the-de-bruijn-newman-constant/. Progress will be summarised at this Polymath wiki page. Show More Summary
I’m a huge fan and repeat user of Martin Hawksey’s Twitter TAGS. If you are doing a class or project with activity around a hashtag, and you are not using this tool, just stop everything and set one up. It’s rather brilliant, a Google Spreadsheet with some Hawksey-ian script genius underneath. It archives all tweets […]
There are lots of ways users can end up associated with many sites in a WordPress multisite install. That’s no big deal if it’s only five or ten but sometimes it’s way more. It’s not just messy, it actually degrades performance when you’re logged in because the admin menu bar loads all those sites. Show More Summary
Background I like Timeline JS. It’s a nice way to create multimedia timelines. I’d previously done some work that would take WordPress JSON API data and insert it into the Timeline JS view.1 It was nice for creating alternate and standardized views of blogs that might be useful for different reasons. Show More Summary
On a regular web host, WordPress has no problems displaying the correct IP address of your site visitors, commenters, etc. However, on some servers your WordPress site may not display the correct IP address in the comments dashboard and other places. Show More Summary
The internet has sparked a new kind of economy, as creators find new ways to directly reach their audiences and customers. Services like Etsy, Wordpress, and Amazon's Twitch don't have a lot in common, except for the fact that they give...Show More Summary
Learn how to move an HTTP WordPress website to HTTPS in this step-by-step guide. The post Migrating a WordPress Website from HTTP to HTTPS: A Complete Guide by @vahandev appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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It seems like WordPress can auto-embed giphy URLS although it is not a service listed in the codex. Nicely done, WordPress, nice. Yup that is an auto-embed simply by putting on a blank line: [crayon-5a8c3c1a7d346899138406/] Look out...
If you’re moving a WordPress website from one web host to another and you’re currently using a caching plugin with a content delivery network (CDN), be careful because the moving process may not go as smooth as you think it will. This...Show More Summary
Here’s an interview I gave recently to Kim Hill of Radio New Zealand on the European issue and some others. Some readers may be interested in it. https://adamsmith.wordpress.com/2018/02/17/rnz-saturday-kim-hill-talks-to-peter-hitchens-about-brexit/
Early entry into augmented reality solutions company Blippar has two new products, with one being a universal kit to develop ARKit and ARCore applications and provide them data.
Whether you run your own website or build sites professionally, it's extremely valuable to have a theme library at your disposal. The Dessign Premium WordPress Themes collection features more than 170 fully responsive, beautiful themes designed to make your sites stand out. Show More Summary
Migrating a standalone WordPress site to a site network (or “multisite”) environment is a tedious and tricky endeavor, the opposite is also true. The WordPress Importer works reasonably well for smaller, simpler sites, but leaves room for improvement. Show More Summary
Implement a private Wordpress reposiotory using Angular and PHP slim framework as backend.
Connecting WordPress and Git is not a bad idea per se. But, how can you do that without having to become a Git expert first? I’ll show you in the following article. The Default: WordPress Unsecured The most popular CMS amongst our readers is easy to install and to operate. Updates to the functional core...
When you install a plugin in WordPress, it automatically creates all the necessary folders, files, and database tables for it to work properly. However, when you deactivate and remove the same plugin, it may not delete the database tables along with the files and folders. Show More Summary