WP Reset User Testimonial – Paul Charlton from WPTuts

Continuous improvement is everyone’s main goal. But how do you know what works and what needs improvement? Ask your customers! We did just that, and we are sharing the interview with Paul Charlton, the mastermind behind WPTuts, in full!

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Top 5 CMS Detection Tools That Can Recognise What CMS a Site is Using

Before choosing a hosting company and deciding on the best server for your website, you want to be sure of the most supportive CMS for the site features and structure. While a handful of developers would make recommendations on what CMS to use, it’s ideal to closely investigate the technology profile of similar successful websites. And fortunately, achieving this is quite easily using CMS detection tools.

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Introduction to Using UTM Parameters

UTM tags (or parameters) provide details about how each visitor that has been referred from another page landed on your website. Google Analytics (and other analytics software) categorize each traffic source by parsing these tags. With this information, you can optimize your site & campaigns for better conversions.

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How to Bulk Install Plugins

Looking for ways to bulk install plugins in WordPress? Of course, the most common method is to use WP-CLI, which is not that easy and scares most people. It’s quite technical and requires an understanding of how command-line works. Thankfully there’s a much easier way of installing dozens of plugin with one click.

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Optimizing Google Font Performance

SVG is helping developers to manage some of the challenges of image rendering. And for Google Fonts, which is the most popularly used web font, improving a page’s rendering time is just about deploying the several available tricks for optimizing Google Font performance. Here is how to do it.

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Web Push Notifications: How to Make Them Work for Your Site

Web push notifications are small messages from a website, which you can opt in to receive when prompted. They’re like notifications you’d get on your phone, popping up instead in the corner of your computer screen (which corner depends on your desktop OS). The best part? Users become subscribers with just one click. Here is how to make the most out of them.

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SVG for Developers: Understanding the Basics, Benefits and Disadvantages

Considering how important graphics are on any website, every website developer should master the image formats available to them. As the SVG image format is becoming the format of the future, it is important to have a fair grip on what it is, how to create it, and why you should use it. Here is all you should know about it.

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10 Chrome Console Tips You Need to Know

Google has really worked hard to make Chrome DevTools as developer-friendly as possible. So much so that the question is no longer what you can do using these developer tools built directly into Google Chrome browser. It’s now a matter of how much you know about the chrome console.

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31 WordPress Products For Any High-Performance Website

Running a successful site is a complicated business. There’s simply so much you have to take into account. Gone are the days when a good idea was enough. Now you have to take into account hosting, SEO rating, traffic flow, and much, much more. So here are some great tools to help you out.

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CSS Variables in Pure CSS – Getting Started in 5 Minutes or Less

CSS variables in pure CSS are a huge time saver. 92% of all users have browsers that support them. Using CSS variables doesn’t require any significant changes in existing stylesheets or new tools and can be easily applied to old projects. Instead of having a hex color code written down in hundreds of places in a file, you can have it defined in just one place – in a CSS variable.

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