We have just released a fresh version of our WordPress performance plugin.
You might be wondering how this performance improvement really works? Isn’t WordPress fast enough? Why would WordPress add stuff to slow down the page speed?
The truth is WordPress caters to lots of audiences, so there are many elements included which are not necessarily required for all sites. As we are using WordPress as a business CMS (instead of a blog engine), we decided to remove lots of actions and filters, such as navigational helpers, embed providers and, in the latest version (
2.0.2), we combined all initialization actions and filters into one, conditional class.
Once a week or so we send an email with our best content. We never bug you, we just send you our latest piece of content.
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