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HOW TO: Add Object caching to your WordPress site with Redis

Significantly improve Wordpress performance, particularly wp-admin with Object caching using Redis. Here’s how to set it up in 5 minutes…

HOW TO: Configure WordPress to support multiple Environments

Wordpress now has a way to know which instance it’s loading on (ie. dev, staging, prod) and automatically execute code specific to each.

HOW TO: Support .webp on Cloudflare’s edge with a Worker

A method to serve .webp to supported browsers only using Cloudflare workers (and optionally Webp Express).

HOW TO: Strip WPBakery Page Builder “VC” shortcodes from all posts and pages

Need a quick way to strip WPBakery Page builder shortcodes like [vc_row], [vc_column], etc. from your posts and pages? Use WP Cli with –regex!

[SOLVED] Broken Sitemap.xml: Error line 2 at column 6

Here’s how to fix the “error line 2 at column 6…only at the start of the document” sitemap.xml issue and why it happens in the first place.

HOW TO: Inject an admin user when you’re locked out of WordPress wp-admin

Locked out of your Wordpress wp-admin? No longer have access to the email address for your user to reset the password? Here are some handy workarounds.

HOW TO: Set up Webp image support with Webp Express on Nginx (CDN-compatible/no .htaccess)

Learn how to setup and fully support webp image support on Nginx with the webp express plugin. Compatible with Cloudflare, Stackpath and any other CDN.

[SOLVED] “Thing is not a known valid target type for the itemReviewed property” in Google’s Structured Data Testing Tool for Rich Snippet Schema

Learn how to fix “Thing is not a known valid target type for the itemReviewed property.” in Google’s Structured Data testing tool for rich snippet schema.

[SOLVED] Google Best Practices: “Includes front-end JavaScript libraries with known security vulnerabilities” ([email protected])

Google Lighthouse Best Practices often flags Wordpress for “Includes front-end JavaScript libraries with known security vulnerabilities”. Why?

HOW TO: Fix parameter must be an array in /modeltheme-framework/init.php on line 746

When transitioning a Wordpress older site using the ModelTheme Framework from a PHP version before 7.2 to a version after it, you’ll likely run into this.