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The New WordPress Gutenberg Demystified

For WordPress users, developers and third parties, the end of 2018 was marked by somewhat of a blow. The long-anticipated new version, WordPress 5.0, came out and with it came one huge, potentially game-changing thing – the new Gutenberg editor.

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Image SEO: An Actionable Mini Guide

It is hard to create enjoyable content – you need to be relatable, yet topical; you need to create something that will connect you and your audience, but also that promotes your product, or adds to your brand image. Using

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Testing Effects Of DNS Prefetch (rel=dns-prefetch)

Understanding what DNS-Prefetch is: Developer.Mozilla.org To make it happen, add this in the <head> <link rel=”dns-prefetch” href=”https://www.example.com”> Test it with: WebPageTest.org Results of DNS-Prefetch The blue part of the load time is the DNS resolution time. To see the real

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Website Redesign With Focus On Responsiveness

I recently published the load time optimization report for a client where I achieved a load time reduction by 45%. I also worked on re-designing their WordPress website. Their in-house design team sent me the new design and I coded

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Makkah Mosque – WordPress Rebuild With Security In Mind

MakkahMosque.co.uk is a mosque in Leeds, UK. While working on contract for Emvigo Technologies, I rebuilt their initial website. The in-house team at Emvigo designed the new website and I coded it using WordPress as a CMS. Since the old

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