Month: March 2014

5 Ways to speed up your WordPress site

Having your WordPress site run as fast as possible is extremely important. If your pages load fast to visitors without too much delay it could mean many positive things for your site and business. Your search engine rankings may increase, your visitors will continue browsing your site if it is not a tedious procedure and conversions will increase. This is all speculation but it is my confident opinion. Based on my experience from building literally hundreds of WordPress sites over the past years, I can recommend ways of speeding up WordPress sites and give it the best performance possible....

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iOS Safari “Cannot decode raw data”

We setup a site recently and I experienced a “Cannot decode raw data” error in Safari on iOS for both the iPhone and iPad. We have a caching plugin installed on the site on WordPress called WP Super Cache and I immediately assumed that this had something to do with it. Clearing the cache or even disabling the plugin solved the problem. It came down to the “Compress pages so they’re served more quickly to visitors.” setting which turns on Gzip compression using PHP ob_gzhandler when in PHP mode. The only solution for us was to turn off this...

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Win an iPad Mini or WordPress plugins

Tribulant Software is currently running an online, open contest to give away a WordPress plugin license every two weeks and an Apple iPad Mini grand prize at the end of the contest. Anyone can enter into the contest and the winners are drawn randomly from the entries database. Go to the iPad Mini Giveaway...

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WHM/cPanel Backup to Amazon S3

There are several ways to backup your server. If you have a WHM/cPanel server, WHM makes it easy for you to make backups under Backup > Backup Configuration and of course the legacy backup system under Backup > Legacy Backup Configuration. WHM creates backups inside the /backup directory by default and allows you to go as far as using a remote FTP server to send the backups to via FTP. That is all good and well but I wanted to make offsite backups which are pretty much automated and will be affordable at the same time as well. I did...

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