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WordPress’s Memory Usage, should it be one of your concerns?

WordPress’s Memory Usage, should it be one of your concerns?
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As a WordPress end-users, you might never care about the term "Memory Usage" until you encounter a fatal error that keeps your site from working normally.

Memory Usage (in WordPress's case) is used to refer to how much CPU memory your PHP scripts (plugins, themes, and WordPress core files) consume when they get parsed. WordPress's core files (Twenty Ten theme installed) consumes about 13MB of memory (on some hosts with added modules or features, this number can be even higher, for example, the number is 16 instead of 13 for my website)... more

Speed Up WordPress: A Developer’s POV

Speed Up WordPress: A Developer’s POV
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As an end-user, you might find WordPress ridiculously slow sometimes, not because WordPress itself is slow, but rather the way you're using WordPress is not optimized. That's why speeding up WordPress is a topic that can never get old. Mashable talked about it more than a year ago, Noupe has recently published an article about it, and even a design magazine blog has done the same thing.

All articles found on the Internet... more

Get incoming Search Keywords to your Website/Blog

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A simple way to get what search terms people are using to arrive at your website/blog, with support for Google, Yahoo, Bing and other major Search Engines.... more

Add Polldaddy Polls to WordPress

Add Polldaddy Polls to WordPress
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Having polls in your posts or your sidebars might attract your visitors' interest in one way or another. The question is what poll systems you can use and how you should use them. There are some WordPress plugins out there that do their jobs just fine, but if you want a more comprehensive solution, Polldaddy will be your perfect poll system.

Adding Polldaddy.com's polls to your blog is rather easy, but all the... more

Using Global Variables in WordPress

Using Global Variables in WordPress
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A global variable, as it name suggests, is simply a type of variable that is available for use within any fraction of your codes. PHP's global variables and all their glory can be used within WordPress to help you eliminate code duplication, and in some situations save you some database queries.

Even though many developers think that using global variable is simply a bad practice, if you use it the right way there... more

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