Monthly Archives:December 2013

4 Steps to Make WordPress Backend Client Friendly

Ashwini Sah | Dec 9,2013 |   No Comments
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WordPress is a great option when your client wants a website for his small business. Not only it is suitable for a website with few pages and products, but also stands as a robust platform when your client wants to expand its scope with the expanding business.

First meeting of your client with the admin panel of WordPress could be scary. Things could go worse if your client is adventurous and loves experimenting. It’s always better to optimize the backend and make your WordPress admin dashboard client friendly. It will make thing easy for your clients and reduce the risk of getting things messed up for no reason.

Optimizing a WordPress admin panel for clients is an easy and straight forward process. You can either chose to achieve it through a set of plugins or by tinkering with codes. I prefer the plugin way for this tutorial, not just because it’s easy to implement, but it’s also a more stable options with regards to regular WordPress updates, theme updates, change of theme etc.Read More

Speeding up Webriti with W3 Total Cache

ankit | Dec 2,2013 |   No Comments |

In  our last post we talked about some techniques for improving the performance of your WordPress website. In this post I will share our experience with speeding up the Webriti. For this experiment we used a WordPress cache plugin for improving the performence. Since we are not a image heavy website (yet), we decided to skip the optimizations related to image handling

I conducted the speed test on two pages. The homepage and the Theme detail page for Spa Salon Theme.

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