How did WP Super Cache update slow us down?

Everyone knows that software updates must be performed both on the server side and on the website itself. We have updated our WordPress plug-ins and the WordPress itself in the course of a routine review of our WordPress. Everything worked well, up to the alert from the monitoring system.

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Does your website really need WordPress?

WordPress, due to its great popularity and a very complex ecosystem, has become the default choice when creating websites. Many companies creating websites base their work on WordPress, regardless of whether its use really makes sense.

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Pierwsze kroki po instalacji WordPressa

First steps after installing WordPress

Installing WordPress is the beginning of a shorter or longer period of work on a new website. To get off to a good start, it’s worth doing a few steps to make your future website safer, more efficient, easier to position and free of popular bugs. Hide a page from others If you create a…

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Jak dochodzi do włamania na WordPressa?

How do you hack into WordPress?

When creating the WordPress security compendium, we checked thousands of accounts to find out how often a break-in occurs. Is this due to weak passwords? Or maybe poorly configured servers in a hosting company? Let’s find out!

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Critical about WordPress 5.0 with Gutenberg

Not so long ago WordPress 5.0 was released with a completely new editor called Gutenberg. Today we have another version, which fixes dozens of bugs in previous versions, and specialists associated with WordPress advise against updates to 5.x. So, how is it with this new version?

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Przegląd WordPressa

How do I perform a periodic review of WordPress?

Work on the website based on WordPress does not end after the completion of programming work. Everything is constantly evolving and WordPress and its ecosystem are no exception. That’s why it’s worth doing a periodic review of your WordPress from time to time – especially if you earn money from your website. Benefits of inspections…

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Sources of free photos and videos on your blog

Surprisingly many people still believe that you can enter the search engine, type in the right phrase, find a picture and simply copy it to your website. Unfortunately, more and more often this means copyright problems. Fortunately, we also have more and more websites with free pictures and videos.

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Prohibited and forbidden plugins for WordPress

If you already know how to choose a WordPress plug-in and what plugins to install, it’s time to get to know the banned and not recommended to install. Many of them may spoil your website, slow it down or are completely unnecessary.

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