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Brotli Compression

Brotli is a technology that reduces the size of computer files by compressing their data. It works best with text-based files like the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files used on websites. SVG image files and text-based fonts such as WOFF and WOFF2 can also be… Read More »

Block Editor

The WordPress block editor is a content editor used to create, edit, and format posts and pages. It lets you easily build complex layouts by adding different types of content blocks and using drag-and-drop to move them where you want. The block editor was introduced… Read More »

Block Patterns

Block patterns are pre-designed arrangements of WordPress blocks that you can insert into your content with a single click. These ready-made designs or layouts include a combination of several blocks, such as paragraphs, images, headings, buttons, and more. Using block patterns can save you time… Read More »


In WordPress, breadcrumbs are links that show users where they are on a website relative to the homepage. They aid with navigation and help visitors discover related content on your site. Breadcrumbs can improve SEO and are displayed on search engine results pages (SERPs), making… Read More »


In WordPress, a backup is a copy of your website that is generally made for security purposes. If something happens to go wrong with your website, then you can restore your backup with just a few clicks and get it working again. This is similar… Read More »


In WordPress, the backend is the administration area of the website that can only be accessed by logged-in users. Here, the site admin and their team can create content, install plugins, manage design settings, and more. Once logged in, a user is limited to the… Read More »

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Bandwidth in website hosting is the amount of data your website can transfer to your users in a given amount of time. Typically bandwidth is calculated and sold by Gigabytes (GB), but some web hosting companies may offer “unlimited bandwidth”. We’ll discuss more on that… Read More »


A backlink is simply a link from one website to another. Search engines like Google use backlinks as a ranking signal because when one website links to another, it means they believe the content is noteworthy. High-quality backlinks can help to increase a site’s ranking… Read More »


bbPress is free, open source forum software built on top of WordPress. It can be installed as a WordPress plugin into a WordPress powered website. Unlike older forum software, it is not clunky and doesn’t take up a lot of resources. This means it is… Read More »