There are many WordPress plugins that cache full HTML pages. Some are using disk, some memory, but what is common for them is that they are using your server resources. CloudFlare offers many services that enhance sites and among them is CDN (Content Delivery Network) that caches and serves content from its servers. By default,… Read more How to Serve WordPress HTML Pages as Static Files via CloudFlare CDN
If you aren’t using dedicated server or VPS, your host is probably having limit on number of emails that your account can send in some period. You should see this in your host’s documentation or support to find this out. For example, SiteGround for its StartUp and GrowBig WordPress hosting plans is having a limit… Read more How to Send Emails in WordPress Within Server Sending Limits
Maintenance and security releases, or minor releases for WordPress should be safe, without breaking sites, plugins, or themes, but this year WordPress had some versions that break sites with automatic updates. Since plugins and themes can get same treatment too, some people don’t want this kind of updates, even if their imporve security for previous… Read more How to Disable All Automatic Background WordPress Updates
Admin Bar Plugin Switcher is a simple plugin that can mostly benefit developers who want to quickly see something before and after plugin is activated. Go check it out.