Reducing WordPress Memory Usage

Reducing WordPress’ Memory Usage (Updated 2018)

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It has been quite a while since the last tutorial on reducing WordPress’ memory usage was published. Since then a lot has changed. WordPress has received more features and is now well on the way to receiving Gutenberg. With that in mind I think it is time to take an updated look at what you can do to reduce your […]

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Zed Press Version 1.3 Released

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I have just pushed out the new 1.3 version of Zed Press, the WordPress plugin that allows you to display your Zazzle.com products on your WordPress based website. What’s new? New to version 1.3 is the removal of the reliance on the Titan Framework plugin. Zed Press used the Titan Framework plugin to help create its option pages but due […]

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Using Nginx FastCGI Cache With WordPress

/ Misc, Wordpress / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

Are you sick of using different caching plugins? Are you sick of updating plugins and checking to make sure there are no updates to Nginx rules? Are you happy to get your hands a little dirty and write your own Nginx rules? Then this might just be the tutorial for you. Let’s take a look at how you can get […]

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The Gutenberg Problem

The Gutenberg Problem

/ WordPress Articles / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

Gutenberg is a new editor being created by the WordPress team. It is designed to be a block editor that replaces the visual editor (currently TinyMCE) that comes with all WordPress installs. It seems to have generated a lot of controversy mostly over how it will be integrated into WordPress if/when it becomes part of the core. The rest of […]

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A New Look

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It is finally here! Return True has a new look, and with it I am now offering my web development services in a more sensible way. I have always offered web development services and felt it was time to adjust Return True’s focus to featuring those services in a better way. If you regularly visit for the tutorials I write, […]

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Free WordPress Caching Plugin Comparisons 2017

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Something a little different today. We are going to take a look at how much of an improvement caching plugins can make to the performance of your WordPress website. In this post I will be showing tests completed on the 4 most popular WordPress caching plugins. These are not in-depth tests. Instead they are simple install and activate tests designed […]

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Image Uploads Using Laravel 5.4 With Vue: Part 2

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When we last left our image upload application in part 1 we had created a working image uploader, but it could still be improved. In this second part we are going to look at improving the application by adding in thumbnailing and moving our image listing into a separate page. Vue Router To start off we will install Vue Router. […]

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Image Uploads Using Laravel 5.4 With VueJS

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It’s been a little while since I made a ‘proper’ tutorial so I have decided to put this one together in the hopes that it helps those starting out with Laravel and Vue. I assume you have basic knowledge of HTML & CSS, plus I assume you have at least had a quick perusal of the Laravel Documentation and Vue […]

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Zed Press WordPress Plugin Is Now Available

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Zed Press, the WordPress plugin that allows you to show your Zazzle products on your self-hosted WordPress website, is now available. You can purchase it now using the button at the end of this post. Important Please note that Zed Press requires a free secondary plugin called Titan Framework. This is downloadable via the WordPress plugin directory and Zed Press […]

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