4 Free Super Easy & Reliable WordPress Performance Plugins

4 Free Super Easy & Reliable WordPress Performance Plugins

The key to WordPress speed and performance is simplicity. Less plugins means more WordPress speed and performance. There is a good reason for that.

WordPress plugins are pieces of code outside the WordPress core. They exist in a parallel universe so to speak. For the plugins to be useful and functional they have to make a jump in the WordPress core world. Continue reading…

WordPress Security: 2-step Authentication With Google Authenticator Plugin

WordPress Security Plugins 2015: Google Authenticator Two Step Authentication

WordPress is secure but you can always do more to protect your site. Increase security for the WordPress login page with the Google Authenticator WordPress plugin. This is the 2-step authentication solution you were waiting for.
WordPress login works with a username and password. A hard to guess password is always a good idea but sometimes it’s not enough. Adding 2-step verification to any WordPress blog and site makes it harder to hack. Continue reading…

WordPress Performance, The 3 Plugins You Need

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You love your WordPress installation but you need that little extra something in terms of performance? These 3 WordPress Performance and WordPress Optimization plugins will make your day. You need to understand the basics of stuff like MySQL queries and be familiar with changing settings in my.cnf to make this happen. Please make sure you have a backup of your WordPress database before you run any of the following WordPress Performance and WordPress Optimization plugins.

UPDATE: It shouldn’t be hard to optimize WordPress Performance. This is my newest performance recommendations for 2015.

You need to find what is causing your blog and site to be slow. Looking for delays in old plugin queries or old theme files is a great way to improve WordPress Performance. Assuming your web server is properly configured and that you already use cache plugins like W3 Total Cache or WP Super Cache. Continue reading…