High-Performance Order Storage on WooCommerce

In late 2022, WooCommerce introduced plans to optimize the performance of WooCommerce Core by focusing on Orders and ways to efficiently manage Order data. Originally dubbed the Custom Order Tables project, it has since been renamed to High-Performance Order Storage, or HPOS. With the release of WooCommerce 7.1, an option was introduced that allowed users Read More >

Seven Major Changes in WordPress 6.2

WordPress 6.2 “Dolphy” is an important release version that includes over 900 changes to the software. The major changes focus on integrating visual editing into the front end of the WordPress interface. These improvements involve the menus, templates, site editor, media, and style options. They benefit the user by providing a more functional interface and Read More >

How to Use Memcached as a Persistent Object Cache in WordPress

A common site health message WordPress displays for users is the recommendation to use a persistent object cache. There are generally two common solutions to this issue: Redis or Memcached. This article will guide you in using Memcached to provide the caching solution that WordPress is recommending. We will walk you through its installation and Read More >

Maximize User Interaction in WordPress with Remoji: A Step-by-Step Tutorial

In this article, you’ll learn about how you can potentially increase engagement on your WordPress site using emoji reactions. A reaction to a post or comment using an emoji allows the reader to express themselves quickly and easily. If you can provide more interactivity on your site, it’s more likely your readers will stick around, Read More >

miniOrange’s Google Authenticator – WordPress Two Factor Authentication

miniOrange is a security-focused development company that has created a feature-rich two-factor authentication plugin for WordPress called the miniOrange Google Authenticator.  Their plugin provides a solution that is quick and easy to implement while providing features that set it apart from its competition. Two-factor authentication is used to secure logins to a website.  It helps Read More >

How to Use WP 2FA for WordPress

WP 2FA was created by WP White Security to provide two-factor authentication for your WordPress site.  Two-factor authentication (2FA) is used to increase login security for a website.  It helps to keep intruders from accessing a site through weak or compromised passwords.  WP 2FA includes options for authentication, WordPress user/role policies, and redirects. The plugin Read More >