A very common scenario when dealing with WordPress is diagnosing high admin-ajax.php usage. If you have been working with WordPress for a while, you have most likely encountered this when running speed tests or checking your server access logs. This is generally caused by 3rd party plugins or from frequent un-cachable admin dashboard requests, due to the Heartbeat API.
The wp-config.php file stores data like database connection details, table prefix, paths to specific directories and a lot of settings related to specific features.
Not every server or CDN has the ability to cache query strings. Follow this tutorial on how to remove query strings from URLs in WordPress.
Check out our in-depth tutorial on how to take your WordPress site to a 100/100 score with Google PageSpeed Insights on both shared and managed hosting.
DDoS protection has become a necessity for large sites making money, but just how secure is your host, will they protect you? The truth about DDoS protection.
Check out this tutorial on how to install Cloudflare on your WordPress site, along with the official WordPress plugin to utilize built-in features.