If you have a reasonably powerful server then the chances are your probably not getting the most out of it. This is more so important for sites that have a lot of consistently heavy traffic. You can have all the resources in the world, but if Apache doesn’t reflect that then your wasting your money, [...]

The WordPress database is often the last thing on your mind when it comes to optimizing and tweaking your site but I can’t stress enough how important it is to keep your data in order. The busier your site the more important it is to optimize and cleaning it up on a regular basis. Before [...]

W3 total cache, WordPress Super Cache, Quick Cache and Hyper Cache are just some of the WordPress Caching plugins in use on millions of websites out there. I have seen many posts about which one produces the best results but often the test bed is shared hosting. So I am going to perform the same [...]

Some users including myself and some of my clients reported a validation error preventing their RSS feeds from working correctly. I can confirm that as of version this has been fixed thanks to Chris Pearson’s’ speed response. Chris Pearson has continued to work relentlessly ironing out issues reported by users as well as further [...]

Some of you may already know that DIY WP Blog now has a download manager. What you may not know is that you can use it too. The download manager is a place for people to shared content or products related to Wordpress. The following items are accepted in the download manager. PSD’s Themes Thesis [...]

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