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Hindsight is 2020: July – September

And what a year it has been! Hindsight is 2020: January – March kicked us off and I followed up with April through June. Let’s look at some defining and popular posts from July through September and see how they hold up. July I very much enjoy putting together The Art of WordPress Load Testing […]

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GTmetrix Adopts Lighthouse

If it isn’t already, GTmetrix should be your go to for a quick performance review. It doesn’t test load but is great for getting that single user view of any issues that may be effecting performance as well as some timings. You really should do more, see The Art of WordPress load testing, where I […]

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Assorted Links

The post Black Friday, pre Cyber Monday, surviving the weekend, no 75% off, taking a breath and learning a little assorted links. Let’s do it! WordPress Themes for Consulting Business: “some of the most popular consulting WordPress themes” A load off the University of Helsinki’s mind: “5000 users over a period of 30 minutes” Optimizing […]

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Morning Coffee: F Words

Not that f word! This is a family friendly publication. We have some Fs in here that are interesting and exciting. Follow along (see what I did there)! Fronting the News While there have been the arguments about JAMstack vs WordPress, let’s not forget that there is a lot of static site magic happening with […]

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Morning Coffee: Cloudflares Up

Cloudflare has been on a roll over the last week, first with a privacy focused analytics platform and now WordPress focused optimization, from WP Tavern, Cloudflare Launches Automatic Platform Optimization for WordPress: “The effects of using APO are similar to hosting static files on a CDN, but without the need to manage a complicated tech […]

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Morning Coffee: Speedy WordPress

Speedy WordPress There are a lot of ways to improve WordPress speed and the first course of action is almost always looking at what your web host can do. Let’s begin with a “let’s begin” from Tom Rankin, Torque, How to Scale Your WordPress Website: “Let’s begin with a brief discussion on what we mean […]