Parallelizing Downloads Across Hostnames

 Parallelizing Downloads Across Hostnames Warning Domain sharding can have a negative effect on performance if not done right. This is because it adds DNS request time as well as connection time to each new concurrent connection on the shard. However, if utilized correctly as illustrated below, you can drastically improve resource load time. How to Improve Resource Load Time with Domain Sharding You can parallelize downloads across hostnames with MaxCDN by creating multiple custom domains (CNAME records) and pointing them […]

WordPress XML-RPC Attack

WordPress XML-RPC Attack The main reason of running the attack usually to get backlinks. It is possible to push a bad post with other methods of hacking WordPress. Those IP related instances are kid in front of bigger powerful servers. Probably we are too good for those who never deserve the kindness. We should check the MySQL log for the last commands/queries ran on it : If we had not faked as “we are not aware”, we could not collect […]

Building a PhoneGap App with a WordPress Backend

Building a PhoneGap App with a WordPress Backend Creating WordPress REST APIs Let’s start with setting up WordPress REST APIs. WordPress provides you the necessary actions to create REST APIs which can be used by any HTTP client. REST APIs can be installed via a WordPress plugin or theme. WordPress actions wp_ajax_ and wp_ajax_nopriv_ can be used to create GET or POST REST APIs. A callback attached to wp_ajax_ is executed if the HTTP client making the request is logged […]

How you became effective web developer

How you became effective web developer 1. You use a framework Even if you are a rockstar programmer, a web development framework makes a lot of sense. It gives you a collection of good practices and libraries that let you concentrate on your web app, instead of reinventing the wheel. As a bonus, you get things like templating, pretty URLs, session management, ORM, testing facilities and more for free. A framework leads to easier to manage code and minimizes the […]

Best methods of link building in 2016

Best methods of link building in 2016 But after lots of coffee and consideration, we settled on 29 individual link building tactics: Link Bait (creating linkworthy assets + outreach) Side Projects (creating free tools etc) Ego Bait Broken Link Building Link Reclamation Newsjacking Guest Blogging Interviews (inc. podcasts, roundups etc) Infographics Embeddable Widgets Content Syndication Content Repurposing Link Building With Images (memes, photos etc) Video Submissions Directory Submissions Press Release Distribution Local Citations Blog Commenting Contributing In Niche Forums Participating […]

PHP cool Libraries that you should know

PHP cool Libraries that you should know 1. Dispatch – Micro Framework Dispatch is a minimal PHP framework. It doesn’t give you the full MVC setup, but you can define URL rules and methods to better organize your application. This is perfect for APIs, simple sites or prototypes: // include the library include ‘dispatch.php’; // define your routes get(‘/greet’, function () { // render a view render(‘greet-form’); }); // post handler post(‘/greet’, function () { $name = from($_POST, ‘name’); // […]

Easily Improve Magento Performance

Determine Optimal Magento Configuration for Peak Performance The following configurations were compared during the performance tests to determine the optimal hardware and software configuration for a standard 2+1 (two nodes plus one database) setup: Standard: Apache + MySQL — The most widely used configuration, combining the Web’s most popular HTTP server and open-source database. Cache Optimized with Varnish: Varnish + Apache + Percona MySQL — An optimized configuration using Varnish (an open-source reverse proxy server), Apache, and Percona’s enhanced version […]

Website Page Load Speeds boost

  Things to consider 1) Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content 2) Optimize images 3) Leverage browser caching 4) Reduce server response time 5) Minify CSS 6) Minify HTML 7) Minify JavaScript Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content This means that your HTML references a blocking external JavaScript file in the above-the-fold portion of your page. JavaScript needed to render the above-the-fold region should be inlined, and JavaScript needed to add additional functionality to the page […]

Some blogging tips what i read so far

Some blogging tips what i read so far After wrting so many contents and read so many different post that how i can do better blogging i am going to share with you some of my ideas and tips. 1. I write some good post and wait for vistiors and traffic dont feel me good. Blogging isn’t just writing epic content. There’s got to be time for other small things too. And they add up. 2.Post per day When you […]

Speed Up Your WordPress Site: Enable gzip and Browser Caching

Speed Up Your WordPress Site: Enable gzip and Browser Caching in .htaccess # BEGIN Deflate <IfModule mod_deflate.c> AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/text text/html text/plain text/xml text/css application/x-javascript application/javascript </IfModule> # END Deflate # BEGIN Expires <IfModule mod_expires.c> # Enable expirations ExpiresActive On # Default directive ExpiresDefault “access plus 1 month” # My favicon ExpiresByType image/x-icon “access plus 1 year” # Images ExpiresByType image/gif “access plus 1 month” ExpiresByType image/png “access plus 1 month” ExpiresByType image/jpg “access plus 1 month” ExpiresByType image/jpeg “access […]