Category: Website Performance

Website Performance

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Cloudflare in review

Cloudflare has been running on my blog now for a couple of days, and analytics have started to show on my (free) Cloudflare account. It’s quite interesting to see that over 50% of my traffic and hits have been cached through...

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WordPress and CloudFlare

If you have decided to use W3 Total Cache as your caching mechanism, the next logical step is to use CloudFlare as an accelerator. Think of CloudFlare as your website accelerator (in simple terms it’s a distributed hosted nginx server). Enabling...

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WordPress plugin – W3 Total Cache

Once your WordPress installation is up and running and you are satisfied with the plugins and themes you have installed, it’s time to optimize your installation for performance. I would leave this task as the last step in any blog-installation,...

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WordPress plugin – 404 Redirected

Anyone migrating from b2evolution or any other blogging software which does not fully support importing into WordPress will feel a world of pain to get the original blog’s content right. If you don’t pay attention, you will receive many 404’s...