As a blogger, I use Photoshop and Illustrator to crop/edit my screenshots and create featured images. Since WordPress 5.8 includes WebP support I wanted to see if I could incorporate Photoshop WebP support into my workflow — without becoming less efficient ofcourse!
Nulled plugins; you can either fear it, or you can take it as a compliment. About 2 months ago I found out my WordPress plugins were nulled by so-called GPL websites i.e. “the black market”! I wasn’t surprised, so I thought of an original approach to deal with this. Curious yet!?
Recently I released v1.3.0 of CAOS Super Stealth Upgrade, which includes another, very exciting reason for you to upgrade: Super Stealth Upgrade is now 10 – 15x times faster than Stealth Mode Lite.
Without getting too technical, I’d like to show you how it works.
Oh, and there’s a coupon code at the bottom of this post.
Google Fonts. Every WordPress blogger uses them. It’s an easy — if not the easiest — way to improve your blog’s looks. Pagespeed Insights. We’ve all heard of that too. And we all want to achieve the highest possible score. Both are brought to you by the same entity we’ve come to know, love — and hate: Google. Love, because they gave us these beautiful fonts. Hate, because as soon as we use them, it lowers our score on Pagespeed Insights!
Today I’m showing you how you can achieve the best of both worlds:
- Maintain your high score on Pagespeed Insights by leveraging your browser cache, and
- Keep using your Google Fonts by hosting them locally.
And I promise you, it couldn’t be easier.
Luckily, removing the feature isn’t that hard. Today I’ll show you how a few lines of code will send your WordPress website soaring towards that perfect score again.