Optimizing and loss-less compressing images is one of those items that always pops up when analyzing your website with Google PageSpeed Insights. Images have to be loss-less compressed to save many bytes of data and thus bandwidth. This speeds up the download time of your website. But, how do we optimize images for the web? Or, what if I have hundreds of images that needs optimization? Let’s optimize and loss-less compress images in bulk, read on.Read More »Optimize images for the web in bulk
In this article you’ll learn how to install PHP on Windows Server IIS. With the Windows Cache Extension for PHP (WinCache). WinCache enabled PHP gives you great performance for WordPress, Drupal and Joomla websites, and decreases CPU usage. In this post I’ll show you it’s not hard to set up a high performing PHP stack on Windows Server (IIS). So, let’s optimize our PHP hosting on Windows Server!Read More »PHP with WinCache on IIS
Delete WordPress post revisions, turn them off and speed up your WordPress blog.
Every time you write or edit a WordPress post, WordPress saves the change as a post revision. As you might expect, this fills up your database with a huge amount of unneeded post revisions and information. This uses space which should be free space, the MySQL database becomes bloated. You can clean up these WordPress post revisions quite easily, you only need one (1) simple SQL statement: …Read More »Clean up WordPress post revisions