Speed Week: Plugins & Databases

In our second Speed Week post we will be covering how plugins and bloated databases can adversely effect your websites performance. In this article we will cover ways you can benchmark and monitor plugin performance and remove excess bloat from your WordPress databases. Plugins Plugins are a great way to customise your website and add…

Speed Week: Hosting Servers

To start off the first of our three Speed Week posts, we will begin with the first link in the chain for obtaining maximum website performance. In this post we will break down the main points to consider when choosing your hosting service and provider.   Location, location, location! Just as the saying goes in…

Speed Week: Tips & tweaks to speed up your website

First impressions are important in life, and websites are certainly no exception. How fast, or slow your website loads will determine how likely a new visitor is to return to your website. So from the 1st to the 5th of February we will be publishing tips and tweaks on how to get the most performance…

Building fluid width emails with inline CSS

  Responsive email tutorial With an ever increasing number of people accessing content via smart devices, there has never been a better time to create fluid width emails. This tutorial will show you how to quickly and easily create an email template with inline CSS that is both responsive and viewable in all major email…

Getting the most out of your wp-config file

The wp-config file is generally only ever modified when a new WordPress website is installed, after that the file is quite often forgotten and even neglected. Below we will show you other features of this underrated yet important file and how you can modify it to make the most out of your WordPress installation. But…