After Site Optimization
WordPress Website – After Site Optimization Information
Now that your WordPress Website has been optimized for peak performance. There are some things that you need to know. Below is a list and some additional information for you to consider after site optimization prior to making edits to your site.
Caching software and .htaccess changes have been added to your site backend or at your host. To ensure that your site loads optimally, the below items should be considered as typical maintenance on your website:
1. Ensure that any new images are compressed. This can be done prior to uploading image files to the Media Library or after you’ve uploaded them using an image compression plugin such as SmushIt.
2. You should clear the website cache whenever you make changes to your website such as adding plugins, modifying plugin settings, or adding content, new posts or pages. Most site caching plugin have a method to “clear”, “purge” or “delete” the cache. Look on the top menu of the dashboard for buttons such as “Performance” and “Autoptimize” or in left sidebar settings. Locate the button to clear the cache and click it. Your cache is now cleared and your site changes will be available.
3. Should a user complain of not seeing “a change” after it’s been made on the site, try clearing the website cache again and have the try again -or- have them delete their browser’s cache. Directions for deleting various browser cache’s.
If you have questions or problems with your browser caching, you can contact us and we will reply in less than 24 hours. You may be charged for our services, depending on the issue.