It can be easy to overlook or be unaware of basic site optimisation techniques. However, any site optimisation strategy should look at every available option. Most WordPress developers will be aware of the ‘wp_options’ table, for storage of plugin data for example. WordPress also has built-in functions that cater for the storage of time-limited or […]
This blog entry describes how you can speed up WordPress media load times by using a CDN (Content Delivery Network). You can serve your static content faster, meaning that your site only has to be concerned with generating dynamic content. Images, scripts and stylesheets can be automatically hosted by third-party CDNs and served to users without touching […]
The RDS Connection Calculation Problem When using Amazon Web Services’ RDS MySQL service on the back end of clusters of web servers, one resource constraint that can occur in times of heavy load is database connection starvation. Planning capacity in the RDS MySQL layer often comes down to ensuring enough connections are available; avoiding queuing on […]
If, like us, you manage WordPress installs where many thousands of users with high level permissions (super-admins, admins, editors) can login to the backend you will want to consider hardening security on the wp-admin side. However there is a delicate balance to be hit if you wish to avoid frustrating your users and increasing support […]
Every bit of performance Push Entertainment can get out of a Magento or WordPress installation makes for a better user experience. Thats why we delve into the details… By default, Linux records information about when files were created and last modified as well as when it was last accessed. There is a cost associated with recording […]
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