Tips & Tricks

WordPress Heartbeat API and How to Control It

WordPress introduced a feature called Heartbeat API in version 3.6, which is a simple server polling API that uses Admin-Ajax to obtain near-real-time frontend updates. What it basically does is to continuously connect to the server at a fixed interval…

WordPress Server Level Caching – LiteSpeed Cache

We run a server level caching system for WordPress called LiteSpeed Cache which is the fastest caching system for WordPress.  In order to take advantage of our server level caching, you must install the LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress plugin. To ensure that your website will takes full advantage…

HTTPS is No Longer Optional in 2017

As we usher in the new year, there are major changes coming to the industry which will make SSL Certificates a necessity for every website. These changes are spearheaded by Google and will be rapidly adopted by other web browsers…

WordPress Brute Force Attack

If you have a website or blog that is running on WordPress, this will affect you.  There is a very widespread Brute Force Attack targeting all WordPress installations across the globe. This affects all WordPress installations with any and every hosting providers, not…