Discover why it’s a waste of time to try to thwart image scraping of your site.
See how to fix common errors when adding GA tracking code, Facebook Pixel, or other code to the head of your site. They are often caused by the firewall in ModSecurity or other site protection methods. And you don’t want to turn that security off permanently, even if the host tells you to.
See how and why to dump Google Analytics plugins and add the tracking code directly to your site.
ModSecurity is an extra layer of defense at your host to protect your site from having malicious code injected into it.
Discover more about what ModSecurity is and why you need to keep it on at your host.
See how to configure the settings and purge cache in WP Fastest Cache. It was a winner in my recent Top WordPress Caching Plugins Head-to-Head Tests and is free and easy to use.
This post is to set the facts straight on the recent update issues with the GADWP plugin.
Plus, to clarify my suggestion for why to use the Google tag manager code directly on your site instead of a plugin.
See why WordPress is adding native lazy load form images and what it means for our site speed and the plugins we already use to do it.
Will the TinyMCE editor be available after WordPress drops support for the Classic Editor in 2021?
It’s worth asking because the Gutenberg Classic block depends on TinyMCE for editing our older content that has not been converted to separate Gutenberg blocks.
Discover what you need to know about this important editor element and whether you should get busy converting your older content to individual Gutenberg blocks.