Are you not progressing with your WordPress performance? Take a step back • WordPress Help

Do you spend the day on the Internet reading tips and good practices on how to improve the performance of your WordPress and you have the feeling Are you still on the same point?

It's time for to take a step back and make a global and aseptic vision of your project with WordPress it's clear that " the trees do not let you see the forest . "

From time to time, it's time to stop the frenzy of optimizations and changes and perform a quiet perspective exercise of your project with WordPress. Here are a few tips to review or rethink your current performance strategy.

1. Server and hosting

It is likely that you already have your server perfectly optimized, but maybe it is incompatible with your hosting provider, or vice versa, your hosting provider has functions that you do not know and you are not taking advantage of on your server .

Rate your hosting provider and the characteristics of it with respect to others and the current one.

Note : it would be nice to have a tour of your .htaccess too many rules or complex rules even repeated?

2. Topic

Surely the theme that you use for your project is the most suitable by image or weight and needs of your web. Have you tried using another one on your same installation? Have you tried using the same theme that your competition uses?

Note : your plugins may be functionally correct, but maybe they are not optimal . Search and try other plugins that implement the same functionality required.

3. CDN and cache

The use of an CDN external and the correct configuration of the cache of your components guarantees a better performance to your web, but it is likely that is not well optimized, in terms of specific rules of your own project. To review.

Sometimes the optimizations for the use of the browser cache or the CDN are designed for intensive work environments of many users and it may not be your case.

You will get more out of an intermediate CDN in environments of many users and you will get better performance optimizing the browser cache in environments of few users, but with a lot of repeat visits.

Note : in many projects I found cached optimizations, for example in file types and folders, which then did not exist in the project.

4.

The opinion of your users is very important do you take into account all the improvements you are making?
Thinking about optimization, are you thinking also from the user's point of view?

Sometimes they are incompatible terms, we want a fast web, tied to some technical parameters that give us external tools and we are forgetting that it is not functional or we have lost the functionalities that the user / client needed.

Note : test and measure your improvements well, not only in terms of performance, but user satisfaction.

Copy and paste an idea or recommendation on your server is easy, the hard part is to understand, analyze and evaluate the need and the benefit that is obtained.

There are no two identical projects on the Internet so as the good suits have to be made to measure, that is why it is necessary that all the optimizations that you carry out the s try, meditate and values ​​before putting them into operation, maybe they are not necessary or are not very beneficial for your project. But of course, all this look at you taking a step back.

NOTICE : This publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say that we have not warned you.

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Tests A / B in WordPress (WordPress Day Madrid 2014)

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Below is the presentation of Antonio Villegas on the use of tests A / B in WordPress an interesting way to check versions of your own Site

Entry Tests A / B in WordPress (WordPress Day Madrid 2014) first published in WordPress Help .

WordPress goes slow, what do I do? • WordPress Help

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The response speed of a web is a vital element, and not only for the search engine positioning as well.

You already know that Google penalizes slow websites and it's not that you have a special whim with your readers but that if you spend a good bit of money on make your web fast less resources have to employ the guys of the company chupiguay in crawling your site.

On the other hand, it is your responsibility to offer a quick access to your content it will improve the user experience of your visitors and you will not lose visits due to a web that does not finish loading.

But what do we do if WordPress is slow ?, it's more, why does WordPress go slow at times? Well the culprits can be several, and their solutions sometimes an obvious scary …

Web hosting

You must never forget that your web is an application that works because is installed on a remote computer (server) so the configuration and resources of that computer (RAM, hard drive, connectivity) will greatly influence the performance of your site.

If you are in a shared hosting, or be, that you share resources of the server with more webs, it is as if you try to execute several versions of Photoshop at the same time in a computer, with which the performance of each application separately will go down, and the more webs you have hosted, and with more traffic, on the same server.

SOLUTION:
Currently one of the smartest and most economical options is to bet on the Cloud hosting where you do not share resources from a single machine ( order Of course, you can always hire a dedicated server (a computer just for you), where you can hire the RAM, disk, and so on. etc that you need, but at a price always higher, because the prices of servers always exceed, exaggeratedly, what the same computer would be worth if you buy it on your own.

At the end of the day, web hosting, hosting, It is the first and vital investment in your website, and something you should not skimp on. It's your house, and why would not you choose a poorly communicated, old and leaky place for your business? because that, choose a good hosting for your WordPress .

Optimization of images

One of the elements that overloads a web, and slows down its complete visualization, are the images.

The texts occupy little space, few bytes, but the images, if you neglect, "weigh" several kilobytes, or even " megas ", so if your cover shows – let's say – 10 entries, and each one has at least one 200 kb image, you cover " will weigh " 2 Mb which, depending on the visitor's connection, can make your web take a lot of time to be completely displayed.

SOLUTION:
WordPress, on the one hand, create smaller copies of each image you upload, so you can choose to insert smaller sizes of the Of course, before you get to that you should avoid uploading images at high quality, because that's what you already have specialized web services for.

But if you're not conscientious in this aspect, or does not depend only on you, you can use a plugin like Smush-it which greatly reduces the size of your images, even if you have previously uploaded them.

And, lately, you are popularizing the use of services CDN which allow you to host your static content (images mainly) on an external server dedicated to these tasks, with speeds much higher than those of traditional servers, improving the load speed accordingly of your web

JavaScript

Currently JavaScript is the king of the web it is used for everything, it is used by everyone, it overloads everything. It has been used massively to replace older and heavier technologies (such as Flash) but in the end its use and abuse also makes the load of the webs suffer.

In addition, most of the services (advertisements, analytics, retargeting , etc) they encourage to include their scripts in the header of the web ( header.php ) with what until it does not load all the additional code does not begin to show your web, making the thing worse.

SOLUTION:
If you can not do without any of those wonderful codes, a quick solution is to move them to the footer ( footer.php ), which gives priority to WordPress loading your content, then running all those scripts so playful that they do so well to your website.

Then there are all those scripts that use the plugins, ads and others, already within the content of your site, which already have a worse fix. Here the solution goes through use the minimum essentials and, if possible, use other plugins that do not use JavaScript, using HTML + CSS.

But come on, it has a bad fix, because nowadays almost everything uses JavaScript, starting with those nice icons to share on social networks and more.

JavaScript is a toll that has to be paid now, so at least move everything you can to the bottom of your page.

HTTP and MySQL Requests

Your WordPress is constantly making inquiries and requests for information to your hosting database and other sites to display the content, and these incoming and outgoing communications can arrive to clog your connection with the hosting, slowing down the whole browsing experience.

SOLUTION:
Here the solutions go through optimize-optimize-optimize and, in addition, use a plugin from cache.[19659004] By optimizing I mean checking all the code of your site to know the incoming and outgoing communication routes of your website (plugins, theme, scripts, database) and reduce as many as you can.

But the The best solution for this problem is the use of cache. Currently there are wonderful plugins that deal with one or several web slowdown problems, and their use is based on making "fixed photos" of your site, which are the ones that will show instead of making requests and inquiries on each visit.

Another possibility, that today most cache plugins offer, is to minimize your codes (CSS, HTML, JavaScript), reducing their size, unifying several in one or, on the contrary, separating them, whatever to obtain a better performance

Style sheets

It is very common now for each plugin to use its own cascading style sheet (CSS), or for WordPress themes to use multiple style sheets.

] This, which is very convenient for the user who likes to customize their styles, slows the loading of the web, as there are more connections between the different elements of your website, just what we mentioned before.

SOLUTION:
Think a moment …

What goes faster on a road, a truck or 100 cars? " depends " you tell me, it depends on the roads, the speed of the cars or the load on the road. truck, right?

Well, the same thing happens in this regard, and there are theories for all tastes, which puts you in the same position as when we used to talk about the " minimization " of codes.

What always works is to minimize the CSS itself, eliminating what is left over, since each line of a style sheet is bytes, so that way you always go on safe.

And, in my opinion, it is always better to integrate the CSS of the plugins in your style sheet to allow multiple connections with the stylesheet of each plugin, something that most allow.

WordPress Themes

The theme you use, as a result, can bring together one or more of the previous problems. So issues with profusion of JavaScript, style sheets and cross-consultations will make your website not only look better, but the opposite: that many visitors pass you by not waiting for it to finish showing.

SOLUTION:
Choose topics that use CSS instead of images, that use only the necessary and just JavaScript and load it in the footer, that make few queries between your files and whose code is fully optimized, eliminating all the superfluous . But above all choose themes that rely on the functions of WordPress.

Avoid topics, therefore, that require the use of short codes (shortcodes) own and unique, and that need an excess of their own functions instead of take advantage of existing ones.

WordPress Plugins

If the themes are your showcase, the plugins are the WordPress salt and pepper, those small (or not so much) pieces of code that make your website more functional, fun, active and great than the rest.

Now, the excess or bad choice can cause just the opposite.

SOLUTION:
You will always find several plugins that serve for the same, and it is important that you choose the one that is better programmed, with less unnecessary code, which better use makes the internal functions of WordPress and less own style sheets required.

In many occasions you will discover that what pl does ugin is in a single line of code, and in those cases it will always be more effective, and resource-saving, add that function to your custom utilities plugin that will swell your list of plugins full of useless things. [19659004] But if you can not do without your plugins at least check the performance of those you have installed with utilities like P3 and decide the loading order of them.


are the main possible culprits of a slow WordPress list to which you can add what you tell us, and no, there is no definitive and only solution for all. A summary of everything said above, to have your WordPress optimized and fast would be something like this:

  • Choose a good hosting
  • Optimize images
  • Reduce and minimize JavaScript, HTML and CSS [19659068] Move the JavaScript to the background
  • Use cache
  • Choose an optimized WordPress theme
  • Select and analyze the plugins you need

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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WPO and SEO for WordPress

In the recent congress held by Punt multimedia in Barcelona, ​​ Javier Casares participated with 2 really interesting conferences based on his experience in the professional use of WordPress ]

In particular, the conferences were about SEO in WordPress where he distilled many basic tips – but essential – when properly configuring WordPress for search engine positioning, and on the other hand, another WPO with WordPress in which he proposed what, in his opinion, would be the ideal WordPress configuration for optimal performance for a high traffic website.

the, in this case, in my opinion, more interesting, because it is a subject less commonly dealt with, and in which it proposes an ideal tandem:

I think it is a more than accurate proposal, although logically limited to if webs with great needs and resources not available for ordinary mortals.

However, there are also great WordPress optimization tips so it is a must-have document.

As a plus this other reference document on Web Performance Optimization, also from Javier, really interesting:

Advice or guidance to get quality keywords without the need for research tools

The keywords that are used for search engine optimization are very important. Choose the right keywords and you wordpress website will get many new clients. Choosing the wrong keywords means losing a lot of time and money.

Most people focus on the keyword suggestion tools . However, there are several things you should do before using a keyword suggestion tool, even if it's in WordPress:

1. Describe what you do with easy words

Try to describe what your company does without the use of specific business words. How would you describe your company to your parents or even grandparents? These descriptions help you find new keywords that are related to your business.

2. Search for your company's unique sales proposal

What makes your company special? How does it differ from your competitors? Do you offer great service? Are the lowest prices offered? If you offer a great service, add service modifiers related to the keyword. If you do not want to sell by price, avoid words like "cheap" or "low cost" in your keyword lists.

3. Search for words with multiple meanings

Some words have several meanings. If you sell products that have names that can be confused, make sure your visitors immediately know what they are going to receive. If you sell pills, let your clients know whether they are computers, bath pills, clay tablets, chewable tablets, writing boards or graphical tables?

4. Concentrate on your most profitable products

You do not have to be listed for every keyword in the search engines. If some of your products have a small margin, it does not make sense to optimize your web pages for them. Better focus on keywords that are related to products that are profitable for your business.

5. Write the 10 most important keywords

Make a list of the 10 most important keywords and then take a look at your list. Are the referenced keywords all about the same product? Do you think you cover all aspects of your services and products with these words?

Do not follow your first instinct. Read the list carefully and see why finding an important keyword.

As optimize your web pages for search engines, start with very specific keywords that attract visitors to your services. Do not use a single keyword or keywords with multiple meanings. The more targeted the keywords are, the more likely you are to get new customers with these keywords.

Post invited by Pedro of SEO Girona . You too you can

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Precautions when updating WordPress • WordPress Help

These days the hosting company where I have my sites has been suffering some delays … This caused me great inconvenience when updating more than 10 sites that use WordPress

That's why I prepared a list of tips and recommendations to keep in mind when updating either directly from the WordPress Panel or via FTP

Maybe, like me, you've already got used to updating with a simple click from the panel … It's simple, fast and very easy. But this can give more headaches than comfort if something goes wrong in the middle of the procedure. Some of the most common problems are:

The screen that warns your visitors to come back in a minute while the system is updated, does not disappear …

This can be easily solved! You enter the site via FTP and you delete the file .manteinance that was created. Keep in mind that according to the hosting settings it may appear as a hidden file! When you delete this file, you go back to the panel and you give it to update again. If the error repeats, I would recommend that you update via FTP.

After clicking on update, it takes too long …

Remember that all hosting have a limitation in the use of their resources, both PHP memory and of RAM. This can make the process slower or even enter an endless loop and throw 500 errors (internal server error). The best solution to this is to update your version of WordPress with the old method by FTP.

After updating there are errors, the panel and the blog are very slow, there are even some inconsistencies in the data …

Personally I think that updating a WordPress should not be limited to a simple click or upload files and replace them with FTP. It's a whole procedure … Personally after updating, I take the job of optimizing the database tables (see below), clear the browser cache, close it, reopen it, etc … If you use a caching plugin, you should also delete the cached documents of the hosting.

ALWAYS, but ALWAYS, do weekly backup … And before updating, too …

I have had clients who simply click, do not read, do not worry … Also friends who then call you at 3 in the morning because your blog stopped working. ALWAYS have a weekly backup (or monthly, according to the activity and pace of each site) and ALWAYS a backup before updating anything … When I say "backups" I mean both the database and the files. Especially if you update important plugins, sometimes they are not compatible with new versions.

NEVER wait for the hosting company to do backups, nothing better than you do, take a while or use a plugin or method that Many times, to those of us who are WordPress fans and connoisseurs, it has happened to us that a version comes out and after a few days another one that corrects perhaps a few mistakes … It is interesting to wait a prudent time (at the discretion of each one, perhaps a week is fine) to update … Eye! You have to see what we expect and update urgently, if the update covers security flaws or simply add features.

Remember that there ALWAYS exist ALTERNATIVES:

Even though WordPress development greatly advances, you should NEVER forget that you have the alternative of updating by hand, uploading the files by FTP, replacing, etc …

To read:

How to backup WordPress

How to install WordPress with a click! (automatic updates)

How to update WordPress "old-fashioned" by FTP

How to optimize databases and here another way to do it

How to install a WordPress from scratch

AND ALWAYS have a community of millions of good people who will help you with any problem … But remember: it is always better to prevent than later to cure! 🙂 Be happy!

NOTICE : This publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say that we have not warned you.

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Blog Day 2009 • WordPress Help

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As last year this year I am also proud to participate in the Blog Day .

There are many activities, and I will participate in some of them, which I hope you attend to make it more enjoyable. These are:

SUNDAY, AUGUST 30

VIDEO-CONVERSATORIES

Pablo Bongiovanni : "Web 2.0 and education model 2010"

Argentina and Uruguay: 11h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay , Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 10h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 09h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 08h00 / Spain: 16h00

Borja Ventura : "Blogs and media, a new scenario of communication "

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11am Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador , Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Fernando Tellado : "Blogs, Twitter or Social Networks?" (To be held in TinyChat )

Argentina and Uruguay : 12h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h30 Colombia, Ecuador , Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h30 / Spain: 17h30

WORKSHOPS

Blog Creation

(Pablo Pérez Cahuenas)

* to be confirmed [19659052] Argentina and Uruguay: 15h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 2:30 p.m. Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 13h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 12h30 / Spain: 8:30 pm

Podcasting

(Iván Lasso)

Argentina and Uruguay: 4:00 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 3:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 14h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 13h00 / Spain: 21h00

Microblogging

(Paúl Barahona)

Argentina and Uruguay: 17h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 2pm / Spain: 10pm

Optimization of blogs and SEO Power your blog!

(Fernando Tellado) [19659039] Argentina and Uruguay: 13h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h30 / Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica : 10h30 / Spain: 18h30

Tools for coverage of live events on the Internet

(Paúl Barahona)

Argentina and Uruguay: 14h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 13h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 12h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 11h00 / Spain: 19h00

The use of the blog and other virtual resources in the digitized classroom

(Cristina Velázquez)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h30 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h30 / Spain: 17h30

E-learning

(Edgardo Lurig & Pablo Bongiovanni)

Argentina and Uruguay: 4:30 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 3:30 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama , Peru: 14h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 13h30 / Spain: 19h30

Web 2.0

(Pablo Bongiovanni & Edgardo Lurig)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile , Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Cyberactivism: social participation in Internet Times

(Damián Profeta)

Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / B olivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

Podcasting: A new marketing tool

(Enrique Figueroa)

Argentina and Uruguay: 15h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 14h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 13h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 12h00 / Spain: 20h00

Breaking the bubble: from the geek audience to the mass media with your blog

(Alfredo Velazco)

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 5:30 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4:30 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3:30 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 14h30 / Spain: 22h30

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

Guest: Edita Martinu zzi, 84-year-old blogger

"Digital divide, one inclusion case"

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Rep. Domunicana and Venezuela: 11h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Talk with the team " Without a future and without a hard "

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

MONDAY, AUGUST 31

VIDEO-CONVERSATION

Tíscar Lara : " Digital culture and learning in Network: peer collaboration and open knowledge production "

Argentina and Uruguay: 11h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cub a, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 10h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 09h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 08h00 / Spain: 16h00

Edgardo Lurig : "Current Trends in E-learning"

Santa Fe Catholic University UCSF (Argentina)

Argentina and Uruguay: 17h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay , Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 2pm / Spain: 10pm

Octavio Islands : "Web 2.0: The revolution of human sociability "

Tecnológico de Monterrey ITESM (Mexico)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba , Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11am Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvad or, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Patricia Pacheco: "Intellectual Property on the Internet"

Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja UTPL (Ecuador)

Argentina and Uruguay: 6:00 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 5:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 4:00 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 3:00 pm / Spain: 23h00

ROUND TABLE

"Share your experience and learn about blogs"

Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja UTPL (Ecuador)

Argentina and Uruguay: 19h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 18h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 5:00 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 4:00 pm / Spain: 00:00

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Tecnológico de Monterrey ITESM (Mexico)

Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua , Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

Live program of Tecnodatum Kit : "Monetarization of BLogs "

Argentina and Uruguay: 00h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 23h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 22h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 21h00 / Spain: 05h00

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Optimize: Improve Performance and Webload of a Blog

Many have ever received a notification of their hosting for abuse in ram consumption, processes, etc. You may want to read how optimize the use of ram memory reduce CPU usage and server memory, optimize the database and ] improve the speed of the blog . You can also consider switching to a hosting with virtual / dedicated server .

The entry Optimize: Improve Performance and Web Upload of a Blog published it first Alejandro in Help WordPress . Do not copy content, do not say anything good about you to your readers.

Stop (brief) Maintenance

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In a few minutes we do a maintenance stop to improve WordPress Help we hope to not take more than 15 minutes like this take time to have a coffee.

In the meantime, the forums will be open for any support queries and news.

The tasks to be carried out will be the following:

  • Update of plugins
  • Modification template to adapt to WordPress 2.5
  • WordPress update to version 2.5
  • Database Optimization.

We'll be right back!

What you read is an original content of [19459] ] WordPress Help – Resources, themes, plugins and tutorials in Spanish and published Fernando Tellado first here: Stop (brief) Maintenance