How to Remove the “Proudly Powered By WordPress” Link

So, your website has finally come together. You’ve stormed up an eye-catching header, your content is on point, and you are ready to unleash your site to the world. Then you notice the “Proudly Powered By WordPress” link on your footer. Is your masterpiece forever condemned to being a WordPress mascot, or can the footer …

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Best of the Best WordPress Caching Plugins Compared 2019

When you play a game of thrones with your site you win or you only slightly improve performance. And who wants that when optimizing your site with a caching plugin, you want to be the very best. That’s why in this post, we’re going to find who the best cache plugin for WordPress really is. …

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Represent Your Business with a Free .design Domain Today

The right domain name is a vital part of your overall branding strategy. It should be both easy to remember and reflect what you do. Yet, for years designers have settled for domain extensions that really don’t fit in. While .com, .net or .biz work well enough, do they really provide users with context? Thankfully, …

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6 Lazy Load Plugins to Make Your WordPress Site Faster

Sites with a ton of images can take forever to load. For every image, that’s another HTTP request, and more time your users have to wait in frustration while pages load slowly. So what’s the solution? Lazy loading. It can significantly speed up image-heavy sites and takes no time at all to enable on your …

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Your WPMU DEV 2019 Quarter 2 Roadmap Roundup Just Landed!

We start each quarter visiting our product Roadmap and spilling the beans on what to look for moving forward. When we published our roadmap nearly 2 years ago (can you believe it), it created a unique direct line of communication with our members. We knew it would help them make better business decisions and plan …

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Simple ways to secure your WordPress website in 2019

Securing your website with a simple file backup is not enough. You need to go an extra mile to ensure that you do not ruin your reputation because getting hacked affects your SEO ranking. Here are simple ways that will help you to secure your WordPress website in 2019. Unique passwords When creating WordPress account …

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How to Defer Offscreen Images in WordPress With Lazy Loading

One of Google PageSpeed Insights performance suggestions is to defer offscreen images in WordPress with lazy loading. Lazy loading images in WordPress lowers the initial load time and page payload, without sacrificing content. Lazy loading improves your visitor’s experience, by serving only what your visitors need when they need it. It’s way more efficient than …

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Best WordPress Advertising Plugins of 2019

Creating a successful advertising campaign is must into today’s crowded eCommerce world. Once you have your website and products in place you must have the tools necessary to communicate to your target audience just what you are selling.  Fortunately, CodeCanyon has a large number of WordPress advertising plugins available to get you up and running in no …

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The Complete Guide to SEO for Images

Image optimization SEO isn’t what it used to be. Google is no longer like a toddler you can entertain with a picture book with basic words. Oh no, we’re dealing with a sophisticated teenager, who not only wants a deeper meaning but also to experience the thrill of speed. And your photos better be, like, …

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15 Best Material Design WordPress Themes in 2019

Material Design is a visual language developed by Google. It focuses on the look and feel of the User Interface. Google made it popular by using it on the Android versions of most of their products, including Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, and Google+. In the last few years, most web designers and developers have joined …

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