WordPress performance and improvements (1)

Since returning to Wordpress early 2015 I’ve spent quite a bit of time with it, sinking my (in-) competence into its realms, code and standards. It quickly became evident that, for various reasons, something had to be done to improve performance. I started writing all in one post but quickly realized I’d be testing peoples patience. So therefore I…read more>>

WordPress performance & improvements (2)

I started writing all in one post but quickly realized I’d be testing peoples patience. So therefore I had to split them. Regardless, if  they can help you in making choices, improvements and smoke some gremlins lurking on your own site, then I consider my rant a success. Profile the plugins – find the bottlenecks You have run performance tests as…read more>>

WordPress performance & improvements (3)

I started writing all in one post but quickly realized I’d be testing peoples patience. So therefore I had to split them. Regardless, if  they can help you in making choices, improvements and smoke some gremlins lurking on your own site, then I consider my rant a success. The tools – the nice to haves So there we are, you’ve…read more>>

WordPress & lay-out: less is more

Web design and content presentation trends have changed a lot over the past 10-20 years. Long gone is tolerance for, and patience with, 100+ lines paragraphs, cluttered pages, word and function density beyond sensible measures. With better tools and platforms previous layout and presentation methods have gotten their renaissance. Use of large fonts, lots of air on the page…read more>>