Ideas can always be copied. Code can be cloned. But you should be an original.
All of these things are quite like the other. All of these things are quite the same.
Someone noticed I’m not eating my own dogfood. There’s a reason.
If you’ve spent any time looking at PHP code, then you’ve seen defines and variables Defines A define looks like this: This makes a global constant that can be used anywhere. In the case of WordPress, it means they can be used across multiple plugins or themes. This is very useful if you make a […]
So your WordPress is slow and you’ve already done the needful. You’ve checked your plugins and themes, you’ve put caching in place, you’ve checked for hacks, but it’s still slow, especially on the back end of WordPress? It may be your database. More specifically it may be your wp_options table. When your options table gets […]