WordPress Cronjob On Server level

WordPress cronjob checks if there are scheduled tasks to be done. It does on every page load. This can result in a massive resource hog because when your WordPress website is really popular, you can get multiple page loads per second. Every time a page load happens, WP Cronjob runs and checks.  But it can also work the opposite way. If you have optimized your website with caching system. The cronjob doesn’t load anymore and scheduled tasks won’t run.  I always turn off the WP cronjob and manage the WordPress cron on a server level. To do this you need …

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Welcome to WP Basin

Hi! Welcome to WP Basin. In this blog, we will try to cover every aspect from the famous and most popular content management system WordPress. I personally have used this CMS for years and am totally in love with it. We will blog about anything related to WordPress. This includes the basic WordPress stuff, but also hosting, domains, plugins, security, and everything else. But also about SEO and Affiliate marketing, because why build a website that doesn’t make money or get visitors? We will write in-depth articles but also quick reference guides. Just what’s suitable for that subject. I hope …

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