How & Why to Use CDN Services for WordPress: A Complete Guide

Whether you’re new to WordPress SEO or have been doing it for years, you’ve probably heard of Content Delivery Networks (CDNs).

CDNs can be a powerful tool for WordPress sites; in fact, some SEO professionals consider them a must-have.

In this column, you’ll find everything you need to know about choosing, setting up, and configuring a CDN for your WordPress website.

Recap: What’s a CDN?

A CDN is a series of edge servers typically located in multiple places throughout the world. They cache files from your website to improve load speeds for users and most offer security benefits, as…


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How & Why to Use CDN Services for WordPress: A Complete Guide

Whether you’re new to WordPress SEO or have been doing it for years, you’ve probably heard of Content Delivery Networks (CDNs).

CDNs can be a powerful tool for WordPress sites; in fact, some SEO professionals consider them a must-have.

In this column, you’ll find everything you need to know about choosing, setting up, and configuring a CDN for your WordPress website.

Recap: What’s a CDN?

A CDN is a series of edge servers typically located in multiple places throughout the world. They cache files from your website to improve load speeds for users and most offer security benefits, as…


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Advancements Towards Web Design And Web Development Through WordPress

WordPress is an open-source platform that prioritizes availability, efficiency, safety, and convenience of usage. They feel that excellent solutions must require little installation so that you could concentrate on effectively promoting your expertise, business, or solutions.

The WordPress system is straightforward and dependable, making it easier to get started. It also has a lot of tools that can help you improve and succeed. They trust in the democratization of publication and the liberties that free software provides. A big group of folks working or supporting this initiative is backing…


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Best WordPress Themes for 2021

If you’ve been scouring the Web for the latest and greatest WordPress theme, you probably noticed something: There’s a ton of them out there. To help you narrow down your choices, we’ll look at the top WordPress themes for 2021 that can help boost the look and feel of your site.

What Does A WordPress Theme Do?

You may be intrigued by the thought of changing up your website and installing a new WordPress theme. You may be apprehensive, however, because you don’t want to lose any of your content. 

If that’s the case, know that a new theme probably won’t affect your content, as…


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Toolbelt Tidies WordPress Plugin and Theme Admin Notifications – WordPress Tavern

It’s a tale as old as, well, WordPress. Ben Gillbanks noticed a conversation where someone thought that admin notices were getting out of hand. Enter another developer’s attempt to address this problem. With a few code additions to his Toolbelt plugin, he had a working solution to stop the madness: the Tidy Notifications module.

Despite the early promise of the WP Notify project last year, it still feels like we are no closer to addressing the overuse of the current admin notice system in WordPress. In reality, it is not so much a system as a hook that developers can use for…


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Popular journaling app ‘Day One’ acquired by WordPress․com owner Automattic

You may have heard about Day One, a popular diary app available for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, as well as Android and web browsers. Now, the app is joining Automattic, which is the company behind WordPress.com and Tumblr, as announced on Monday in a press release.

The acquisition was confirmed by Automattic on the official WordPress blog, but no details about the amount of the deal were revealed. As of today, Day One is part of Automattic’s built-in apps, and the company has already confirmed its plans to integrate the app with other services.

We’re excited to welcome Day One to…


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WP Engine research reveals size of global WordPress economy –

WP Engine has announced the results of a research study examining the combined global economy for WordPress. The study estimates the WordPress economy at $596.7 billion in 2020. It is expected to grow to $635.5 billion by the end of 2021. The study also examined the economic value of the WordPress ecosystem. It also explored the social impact of the ever-expanding community of open-source developers, agencies and users.

To put the global WordPress economy in context, if WordPress were a country, its economy would rank 39th in the world according to an IMF list of…


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