Remove Google Analytics utm_source Query String in .htaccess

Using Google Analytics to gain traffic insights for your WordPress or WooCommerce site can track visitors and conversion rates. If you use tracking for email blasts when you publish new posts or product deals, you may find visitors get a slower experience. Google Analytics adds a query string that looks something like ?utm_source=mailchimp which bypasses any caching you … Learn more…

Cloudflare Cache WordPress Posts and Pages Guide

Cloudflare helps speed up WordPress and WooCommerce sites all around the world. Powered by more than 100 datacenters globally, Cloudflare’s CDN and security is a great addition to any web site. By default Cloudflare will cache a lot of your static assets which help decrease load times. If you want to speed your site up even … Learn more…

Install APCu Object Cache for PHP7 for WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04

WordPress object cache is a common way to speed up your site. PHP-APCu on Ubuntu 16.04 can help achieve your goal of supreme WordPress or WooCommerce speed.This guide will show you how to install APCu Object Cache for PHP7 for WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04. There are three installation methods outlined here to best suit your … Learn more…

Install Redis Object Cache for WordPress PHP 7 on Ubuntu 16.04

Redis-server can be used for WordPress object cache to speed up transient processing. Transients are temporary data objects used by WordPress which are stored in the MySQL database by defuault. Benchmarks reveal significant performance benefits with the PHP PECL Redis extension.This guide is for Ubuntu 16.04. It provides a secure Redis installation for WordPress after telnet exploits were discovered. … Learn more…