While browsers can handle up to 60 http requests simultaneously, only 2-4 simultaneous requests can be handled from the same hostname. This can potentially slow down page loads on your site.
The solution Recommended by Google is parallizing resources across 2-5 hostnames on sites serving 10 or more static resources.
Parallelize allows automatically parallelizing WordPress attachement files (images or any files uploaded with the wordpress media features) across multiple hostnames, speeding page load. To assist caching, resources will always load from the same hostname.
This plugin is distributed as-is, no warranty whatsoever.
More and more people using smartphones these days, a lot people using smartphones visiting websites instead of the desktop PCs. We have more than 60% of our visitors are coming from high-end smartphones, so it is very important to use responsive layouts for your sites.
If you’re looking for free responsive WordPress themes, you’re at the right place, we have collecetged the latest new free wordpress themes here, meaning you can download, install and activate them and quickly and easily meet the needs of your mobile users.
Some of you may got the WordPress update errors, just like “failed to open stream: Permission denied in” “Could not copy files”, The update cannot be installed because we will be unable to copy some files. This is usually due to inconsistent file permissions. Installation Failed. etc.
Usually, you can set the file permission to 644, if this can’t solve your problem, please do the following:
login via SSH,
using the command:
chown -R www *
Please change the ownership of your wordpress site’s file, for example,
your wordpress script is under /home/www/yoursitefolder
you can do this:
chown -R www * /home/www/yoursitefolder
then you can update your WordPress script successfully!
When you credit others materials links, you may want to add “nofollow” to the external links, you can do this manually, but if there are 100 links in one page, and you want to add the `rel=nofollow` and `target=_blank` to all your external links in older posts, how can you handle this?
Here is the solution!
WordPress SEO Plugin: “Nofollow for external link”
WordPress seo plugin
This cool plugin will automatically inserts `rel=nofollow` and `target=_blank` to all the external links into your website posts or pages.
Just simple, if you use this plugins, rel=nofollow and target=_blank will be insert automatically, for all the external links of your website posts or pages.
Add rel=nofollow for all the external link of your blog/website posts/pages.
Add target=_blank for all the external link of your blog/website posts/pages.
This plugins will not add rel=nofollow and target=_blank any of the internal link of your blog/website posts/pages.
If you already added rel=dofollow to any post manually, this plugins will not add rel=nofollow for that post.
If you already added target=_blank to any post manually, this plugins will not add target=_blank for that post.
If you have upgraded to the latest WordPress v3.7, you may meet the image caption problem in the visual editor, this is a particularly nasty bug that affects working with image captions in the visual editor. It was caused by a regression in Uglify.js.
New captioned image inserted into the Visual Editor produces a huge data-mce-style width (10000px+) moving the inserted image out of the editor viewable area.
The problem will be fixed in the next version V3.7.1, If you don’t want to wait for the auto-update, you can download the following tinymce folder, unzip it and replace your old tinymce folder.
The Full Frame is a brand new premium WordPress theme which is perfect for photography/portfolio related websites, no matter you’re a photographer or a just a photo lover, you can try this for your photo portfolio blog! Full Frame is a post-format-loving WordPress theme for showcasing images, galleries and videos. Tell stories and present your work in a unique way.
Full Frame adapts to different screen sizes so that your website will work (and be optimized for) iPhones, iPads, Android and other mobile devices.
LIVE THEME CUSTOMIZATION
Preview your theme customization changes instantly on the page before saving. Change colors, fonts, logos, header images and add custom CSS.
CUSTOM HEADERS AND BACKGROUNDS
The featured image of each post becomes that post’s background image on home and archive pages. You can optionally add a custom header image, logo, and site description to create a custom header area that will sit above the navigation menu on all pages.
The “nofollow” plays a very important role in the “SEO”, some of you may don’t know how to add “nofollow” to the WordPress menu links, some of you may don’t use the WordPress menu, however, for most of us now use WordPress menu, in this tutorial, I will show you a very simple and easy way to add the “nofollow” to specific items using the new wp_nav_menu() function, then you can add “nofollow” to any of the links in the menu!
By default, WordPress menus don’t have the ability to add “nofollow” to the link items, but WordPress 3.0+ has the functionality built in.
Go WordPress admin Panel;
Click Appearance – Menus;
Click the “Screen Options” tab on the top right;
Check the “Link Relationship (XFN) box
Enter “nofollow” as the Link Relationship (XFN)
Then save the menu. That’s it!
Do you know how to add nofollow to the WordPress menu links now? If you have any questions on WordPress, don’t hesitate asking us.