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  • Get a High Score on Pingdom and Pagespeed Insights
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    How to get a 100/100 Score on Pingdom & Google Pagespeed Insights

    Choosing the right host to serve your website can be such a pain. If you’re a small business owner or a startup, you usually don’t have the funds to invest in “fancy” WordPress-hosting. Luckily this doesn’t mean you’re site has to load sluggish. With the right tools you can give these “fancy” WordPress-hosts using Varnish & Nginx a run for their money. In this guide I’m going to show you how to get a perfect score on Pingdom and Google Pagespeed Insights with W3TC and Autoptimize. More

  • Disable Emoji's in Wordpress
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    Combine External Javascript: Disable WP Emoji’s

    As of WordPress 4.2 the CMS platform supports Emoji’s. This could be great news for you, if you use them anywhere away from your mobile phone. However, for many bloggers the added feature is an absolute eyesore, causing combine external Javascript to reappear in Pingdom and Pagespeed Insights. Damn you, WordPress! If you introduce a new feature, at least allow us to disable it! When you’re optimizing your WordPress website, you’ll notice that minification plugins aren’t able to capture the file. Which means that ‘wp-emoji-release.min.js’ will always show up as an extra DNS request. It also means that Pingdom and […] More