Best WordPress Cloudflare plugin settings for faster sites

wordpress n cloudflare Best WordPress Cloudflare plugin settings for faster sites
As a Cloudflare partner, we recommend Cloudflare to be used as a DNS , Firewall and a CDN for the sites we host at WPOven. This guide is a small reference on settings up WordPress Cloudflare Plugin Perfectly and common questions surrounding it. It especially covers how to use Cloudflare in WordPress and how to utilize its free functionality to help your site improve speed and security. This guide does not require your site to be hosted at WPOven, …

How To Move WordPress Site From Localhost To Server?

How to move local WordPress site to hosting server How To Move WordPress Site From Localhost To Server?
If you are done with building a WordPress website locally, then you must be wondering how to migrate WordPress from localhost to server? It is quite easy if you follow the right process and that too without getting stuck in between. But, before going into the depth of understanding it, let’s first talk a bit about localhost WordPress. …

How to add a Bitcoin Donate Button to your WordPress site?

how to add bitcoin donate button to your wordpreess site How to add a Bitcoin Donate Button to your WordPress site?
Bitcoin has gained everyone’s attention in recent times with its exorbitant returns, and it’s the ability to be anonymous in the widely tracked internet. So why leave an opportunity to garner some extra money for the needy through your business. You can put a donate bitcoin button in your WooCommerce Store. …

WPBase-cache plugin features and advantages

Currently a lot of useful caching plugins are available for wordpress. Most popular and successful among them are W3 Total Cache and Super Cache and Batcache. All of these plugins help improve speed of website and reduce page load time. This post is to make you aware of the features and problems of caching plugins. How caching plugins works – A request comes for a page with several request parameters including URL, cookies, referer, form input WordPress generates a response page after parsing all the request parameters Main page specific content depends upon URL but other things on the page may depend upon different request parameter Caching plugin stores this response when the request to the URL comes Another requests come for same page and caching plugin intercepts it before wordpress start generation of response Caching plugin then checks if it has the response for URL in cache and sends that cached copy directly …