Creative (i.e. weird) WordPress Hosting Tricks

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I frequently play around with different ways of improving Wordpress performance through hosting configurations, not so much because it’s necessary but because I have fun doing it. This was one of those times… I wondered about the value of catching the front-end of a Wordpress installation with Nginx but directing everything on the dashboard side of things to Apache2.

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WordPress Plugin Boilerplate, Part One

With over 50K packages in the WordPress.org plugin repository – all open source – the code within these plugins is all over the place. Getting a plugin hosted with WordPress just isn’t that difficult, and everyone from well-meaning amateurs to professional software development companies are represented. Each have their own coding styles and development standards (or lack thereof) and there […]

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