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There are times when date stamping your website or it's content can be good - or bad. Say, you wrote
More than half the top 1 million websites use Google Fonts. This is not the best practice for mobile speed.
Favicons (or site icons) are a recognizable element used by web browsers. It's good for memorability and branding. Favicons are
When you're working hard to optimize a website, you learn that image file size is an important detail for speed.
Few people care about speed as much as we do.
Susty is the lightest stripped-down WordPress theme we've ever seen. It's
Genericons are vector icons embedded in a webfont designed for aesthetics and signage. But what if you don't use them.
We've done library sections on websites before. They are popular (meaning they are visited from search engines). But success is
Twenty-seventeen is an unusual default WordPress theme. It allows background video in the header section. Here we share ideas to
To be read in modern browsers, HTML/CSS files must be UTF-8 – an encoding scheme developed in 1992. WordPress uses
By default, WordPress always compressed images upon upload. In version 4.5, WordPress changed JPEG compression from 90Q to 82Q. This
Astra is a popular WordPress theme. Usually, we'd tell you to run from anything claiming popularity - and never follow
We hated it when Yahoo sold Smush to these marketing guys: WPMU DEV (Owned by Incsub of Australia).
They added a
PagePipe ComboPack includes:
issue #1 - Mail.Me - Contact Form 7 plugin alternatives. MAIL.ME details
issue #2 - Fly.Me - Hummingbird plugin
The Imsanity plugin is one of our secret weapons for image optimization on client sites. As we researched this plugin,
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