How to Improve the Speed of WordPress Website

How to Improve the Speed of WordPress Website

Strongly recommended:Make your website as fast as lightning This how-to-guide will show you how to improve your WordPress Site’s speed from long, customer-scaring load times of over 3-4 seconds, to 2, 1 or even load times of under a second. (This is what I experienced when I used just some of the steps outlined here on one of my websites.) WordPress Site Speed Guide for 2019 Before you apply any of the suggestions detailed in this article, you should test the speed of your website using a site speed testing service such as GTMetrix, Pingdom Tools. or Google PageSpeed. Take a note of your page size, http requests and load time(or take a screenshot) and then run a test again after you have modified your website. This will give you a clear understanding of how your website speed has improved. I like to test with both GTMetrix and Pindom Tools, just in case one of them futzes up…

Why There Is No .htaccess File on My WordPress Website

Why There Is No .htaccess File on My WordPress Website

Are you having trouble finding the .htaccess file in WordPress? We are often asked by beginners ‘Where is my .htaccess file?’ and ‘Why I cannot find it on my WordPress site?’. Sometimes you may need to edit the .htaccess file or delete it to fix a common WordPress errors. In this article, we will explain why you can’t find .htaccess file on your WordPress site, and how to easily locate it. What is .htaccess file? The .htaccess file is a server configuration file which tells your server how to handle certain things on your website. Like how to redirect users, password protect admin area, or protect some directories, etc. It is located in your WordPress site’s root folder. WordPress uses it to manage redirects and permalinks. The .htaccess file is an incredibly powerful configuration file and can be used to do a lot useful things. See our article on the most useful .htaccess tricks…