HTTP/2 has arrived and it's going to change web performance best practices forever. It already accounts for 5% of the Google's global traffic. More and more hosting providers around the world are offering hosting on servers which has support for the HTTP/2 protocol.
The HTTP Content-Security-Policy (CSP) is a response header that adds an additional security layer which allows web site owners to control the website's assets that a browser is allowed to load for a given page. With a few exceptions, policies mostly involve specifying server origins and script endpoints. This helps guard against cross-site scripting attacks (XSS).
The first and foremost reason for always making sure you WordPress Core, Theme and plugins are updated is for Security. If you neglect the updates, your WordPress website is at risk from attacks, vulnerabilities and other inconveniences. Can your business afford to have downtime because your web site has been hacked and your sensitive data compromised? You need to keep your WordPress installation up-to-date. It’s more than just software, it’s part of your business.
It's no secret that WordPress is by far the best and most recommended CMS platform for SEO. However, your WordPress and plugin settings need to be correctly setup and it's highly recommended that you add a plugin to help you optimise your site even further. In this post we'll show you what is important and how to set up the the ever so popular Yoast SEO plugin. We walk you through every step: no need to be an SEO expert.