- switched from WP Azure to Kadence theme
- switched from Elementor PRO to Gutenberg + Kadence blocks + Gutenberg Addons
- converted all images to webp + optimised them
- tested 3 different optimisation / caching plugins and set up the best performing one (Autoptimize)
- hosted on Siteground (which I don’t recommend – here’s why)
Read on if you want to find out which themes I use after 7 years of trial and error for speed and reliability and to streamline my work and achieve a great work/life balance, whilst working with many happy clients.
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