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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.
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A WordPress constant is simply a variable that can not be changed once it is defined. As static as a constant is, it still plays an important role in controlling how your WordPress works.
If you are asked to name some WordPress constants, it would not be a surprise if you mention ones like WP_DEBUG, ABSPATH, or WP_LANG, because they are somewhat widely used. In this article, I will list and explain other... more
As a developer and also an end-user, I have been bothered by the same question again and again: How should I organize files within my theme's root and which themes can be considered as well-structured?
If you have read another article named WordPress Themes' Problems and How to Find Good Ones on BetterWP.net, you would know that WordPress Themes have many potential problems and one of which is about theme files' organization. Each... more
Theme is a great invention, no doubt. But themes, especially free themes or pirated premium themes, also bring many troubles.
How many times have you downloaded a cool-looking WordPress theme just to find out that it doesn't work as expected, or is out of date? Does it even show a blank white page with a nasty fatal error? Does the theme you just bought allow you to customize things via extensive hook support... more
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