There are lots of reasons why you would want to access your website’s .htaccess file: performing URL redirection, defining custom error pages, etc. Whatever the reason, you first need to locate the file on your host server. This article explains how.
Google announced in April 2019 that Chrome will start supporting native lazy-loading of images. Lazy-loading offers speed boosts to image-heavy sites. Are you still using traditional lazy-loading options on your site? Here’s why you should go native.
Most webmasters know that caching is important for page speed. But not a lot is said about cache warming which is just as important. Here’s how to warm up your site cache by crawling your sitemap using cURL. The code can be run from a Linux Cron job.
AJAX has become THE way to build user friendly and dynamic websites. With AJAX, you can update the contents of a page without doing a full page reload. Most websites need this behavior. Read this post to learn how to implement AJAX on WordPress sites.
Many people play with PHP without necessarily being professional developers. For such people, package managers may make coding seem too complicated. This article shows how to bypass the Composer barrier when installing Composer-dependent PHP packages.