We’ve recently started getting WordPress sites to pass the Google Pagespeed Insights test to help with SEO. As part of this they are looking for the server response time to be as low as possible. One way to get this down is to serve HTML cached versions of the WordPress pages rather than doing a […]
Site speed is now an important signal of site quality to Google and our SEO guy has started running sites through the Google Pagespeed tool when assessing sites for clients. This usually throws up the same issues with WordPress sites and I’ve made some notes on how to fix these. With our own server we […]
I’ve been after this car for a while as it’s had all the problem areas sorted already and recent paint. Went to fetch it from up North at the weekend and the top hose popped off after ten minutes on the a19, steam cleaning the engine bay. Luckily we limped to a petrol station and […]
When a downloadable order is made in WordPress/WooCommerce 2.1 the order is set to ‘processing’ the same as an order that is physically shipped. The order can then be marked as ‘complete’ by the shop admin, but it makes more sense for the order to be completed as soon as it’s paid for. Luckily, there […]
Spotted in Lincoln Sainsburys of all places… I suppose stance guys need groceries too.
A client recently added a product with over 100 variations to their WordPress/WooCommerce site. The product seemed to sav OK with no errors, but seemed to bemissing some of the variations when viewed on the front end of the site. Long story short, it was down to a PHP variable in PHP 5.4 that limits […]