Everyone wants to cater for a speedy user experience, but with all the things you need to consider, optimizing performance can feel like a daunting undertaking. Vitaly put together a practical checklist that will help you tackle performance optimization in 2023 and reach your performance goals one step at a time.
Is your website losing rankings? Worried that your site isn’t meeting Google’s Core Web Vitals criteria? Want to optimize the page speed of your website but aren’t sure what to do next?
Symptoms of a hacked website can vary wildly. A concerning security alert from Google, a browser warning when you visit your site, or even a notice from your hosting provider that they’ve taken down your website — all of these events may indicate that your site has been hacked. Fortunately, there are a number of quick (and free) ways you can check and find out if your website has been compromised.
Relaunching or redesigning a website can make or break your SEO efforts. Even a single mistake can result in catastrophic ranking drops – or, worst, revenue loss. Here’s how to handle a site redesign without risking your organic traffic, rankings and revenue.
What should we focus on when boosting web performance today? Surely we’ve heard about Core Web Vitals and Lighthouse scores, but is it enough to get into the green zone in the Google Search Console? How do we optimize for specific regions in a world where our user base is? And how do we debug long tasks and layout shifts?
Headless CMS solutions take this a step further, decoupling the back-end source of the website content from its presentation on the front end. This makes for faster, safer, and more flexible sites that can handle rapid scaling and pivoting.
A collection of the best practices that the Chrome DevRel team believes are the most effective ways to improve Core Web Vitals performance in 2023.
When I hear the term “responsive design”, the first thing that I think about is different device sizes. It’s just there in my subconscious mind. I bet some of you might be thinking the same, too. Currently, responsive design means a lot of different things.
In this post, I’ll be breaking down the WordPress ecosystem along with some security best practices to help you understand whether WordPress is safe and how to protect your site from attacks.
In today’s post, we’ll be outlining the top twelve website hardening steps you can take to harden your website and enhance the security of your environment.