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Noupe.com:
13 Great WordPress Speed Tips & Tricks for MAX Performance
March 24, 2009 @ 09:37:09

Noupe.com has posted a few tips to help you get the most out of your WordPress installation - everything from basic tweaks to database optimization.

Performance is a key factor for any successful website. And since WordPress is becoming more popular than ever, it will only be at its best when raised in the proper conditions. Here are a few things to try if you find that your WordPress site is not performing as well as it could be due to high traffic or hidden issues you don't know about.

Here's their list of tips and tricks:

  • Upgrade to latest WordPress release
  • Remove unnecessary Plugins & upgrade current ones
  • Minimize PHP and database queries
  • Optimize and Repair your Database from myPhpAdmin
  • Use Reliable image hosting service
  • Optimize your images with this great tool
  • Install WP Super Cache Plugin
  • PHP Speedy WP
  • WP CSS
  • DB Cache
  • Speed up access to your favorite frameworks via the AJAX Libraries API
  • Display page loading time + number of queries
  • Optimize DB
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