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Speed up your site instantly using this simple tool


This article will show you a simple tool to instantly speed up your site just by adding one line of code to it. In today’s world, optimisation of the web site is a difference between high converting place and no converting place. Amazon researched that just by removing 100ms of your site load time, adds 1% of conversions. In Amazon’s World, 1% is a huge amount of money, but on smaller...

Top 5 Web Development Platforms That Simplified E-commerce


Owning an E-commerce website is no big deal these days. But showcasing an exemplary shopping website with all unique features is something different. Every business owner who thinks of establishing an online business could be spoilt for choices where s/he has to choose the right framework, functions, and features that would turn their business dream into reality. It is not everyone’s cup of tea...

12 Lessons About Speeding Up WordPress Site You Need To Learn


Speeding up WordPress site matters in a number of ways among which impact on the overall SEO results is now one prominent. As people would never like to browse a site that is not loading up easily, it can further affect the overall ranking of the site over the web. Even the exceptional WordPress platform cannot do much for you if the site has a lower loading speed. There is no doubt about the...

Improve WordPress Speed in simple steps


Speed undoubtedly matters and is being considered in everything, whether it’s a car speed or just a business website loading speed. None of us can neglect its significance at all. When it comes to the technology, WordPress is the most feature-rich CMS embellished with top-class functionality that can not only optimize your website speed, but also reap the benefits. Being a webmaster, if you have...

WordPress issue: menu disappeared after saving


Recently I’ve ran into a serious pickle – WordPress menu disappeared on me after adding new items and clicking on “Save menu” button. Naturally, I’ve tried increasing “max_input_vars” cause WordPress is known to be messing up menus with large items (menu in question had 89 items). But this didn’t help. So, I’ve started debugging and found out...