Optimize WordPress With Critical Path CSS Without Plugins

What is Critical Path CSS Critical Path CSS is the CSS used to render above-the-fold content. Above-the-fold content is the content that is visible when you load a page, without browsing down. With the example of the PageSpeed Insights page. The first picture is the above-the-fold content. The latter is the whole page. Above-the-fold Full page How Critical Path CSS Improves Speed WIth Critical Path CSS, you can drastically improve the speed of your website, because instead of loading the CSS file for your full page. The browser only needs to download the above-the-fold CSS. Then after rendering your page, …

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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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