- 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)
Looking for a way to show ad banners on your website (blog/authority/affiliate site) by device and manage them from a central place? This post will give you two ways (free & paid) on how to do it. Show adverts across your website, hook them into/before/after the content, replace the sidebar, show different ads on mobile…
Just when we all got up to speed with Google PageSpeed optimisation tricks, there’s a new set of metrics to worry about. Nevertheless, it’s a good thing – having specific metrics and rating calculations helps us narrow down the areas of improvement to focus on. One such metric is Google CLS – cumulative layout shift….
…is not in SEO itself, but in most people’s belief, that it’s a one-off task. Install this and optimise thats and voila! First page results. FALSE. It doesn’t work like that. SEO is an ongoing process of improving your website from both – the technical side (quality of code, structure, speed, mobile speed) and the…
I used Siteground for several years and it was good. But a few months ago I switched to WPX.net hosting and it’s much better. This post will compare WPX.net to Siteground and BionicWP (+ a third local shared hosting provider to have a different price point in the mix). In the end, you will be…
If you’ve ever wondered how much of an improvement Gutenberg would bring in terms of speed and performance rating, if you are switching from WPBakery Page Builder, I have you covered. Recently, I rebuilt a client’s website from WPBakery to Gutenberg and compared their homepages. The difference is quite big – everything else being equal.