WordPress 5.2 will be introducing a great feature to get the most out of your web performance that checks exactly what it’s called – Site Health.
Imagine any time you’re concerned about how you could enhance your WordPress website’s speed, security, and user experience. This new built-in feature allows you to easily view a lot of the data that normally require installing multiple plugins, logging into cPanel, or using SSH. Below we’ll cover how to use the Site Health feature in WordPress.
Want more? After you read below, check out our guide for resolving issues related to performance and security.
Check Site Health
- Log into WordPress.
- Hover over Tools and click Site Health.
- The Status page will list recommended improvements with more info as you click the arrows on the right. Click Passed tests at the bottom for more info about improving security and overall performance.
- Click Info at the top for website, database, and server information.
Learn more with our articles on resolving Performance and Security issues respectively.