How to Cache AJAX Requests

One area which can be a pain for performance enthusiasts is showing up-to-date recent posts in a sidebar widget or show off your popular posts in the footer. The traditional way to work around this…

Brotli Compression

Most servers use gzip to compress text files before they are sent across the internet. This makes the files smaller, and then the web browser will automatically unzip them. The lose in the zipping and…

Why HTTP2

The Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) enables the retrieval of network connected resources available across the cyber world and has evolved through the decades to deliver fast, secure and rich medium for digital communication. HTTP was…

From idea to project

Although it is common knowledge that the programers are reluctant to go public and are the happiest when we let them to work, we have succeeded in luring Peter Molnar for one quick interview, the…

Image Optimization

„A picture is worth a thousand words” Are you dreaming of easily optimize images in WordPress for better speed and performance? Swift Performance can make your wish come true. Images are larger in size and they…

Why is cache so important?

Cache is the place where computer stores recently used information and when you think about optimizing your website, never underestimate the role of caching in WordPress. Website caching makes websites extremely fast. That also means…

Speed up benefits

47% of people expect your site to load in less than 2 seconds and 40% will abandon it entirely if it takes longer than 3 seconds. Is that good reason why is important to speed…

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