Using Nginx FastCGI Cache With WordPress

/ Misc, Wordpress / by Paul Robinson / 1 Comment

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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Free WordPress Caching Plugin Comparisons 2017

/ Wordpress / by Paul Robinson / 0 comments

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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Adding File Caching To Your Twitter API Script

/ PHP / by Paul Robinson / 37 Comments

In our last tutorial we created a script to connect to the Twitter API, collect our tweets & display them in some simple paragraphs. In this part we are going to add a very important part, file caching. This will stop our script from running out of API requests.

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