The MVC template is also accessible in this framework. CodeIgniter allows you to work with multiple databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and more. It has clear and comprehensive instructions. Moreover, it takes less time to develop a program in this framework. … [Read more...] about A Guide to Popular PHP Frameworks for Beginners
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This screen shot is from a client that came to me after a relaunch when they were seeing dramatic drops in traffic to the site. As you can see here from Google Search Console, everything was purring along nicely until the relaunch, when the number of URLs not found by Googlebot shot up to over 15,000! They didn’t do the 301 redirects. If you’re using a Linux server (PHP and WordPress), then you can easily program these redirects using the .htaccess file. … [Read more...] about Relaunching your website? Don’t forget an SEO audit!
To enable the AMP WordPress plugin to work with Google Analytics, edit the amp-post-template-actions.php (different file from that previously mentioned) file, either via FTP or within your WordPress Dashboard (go to Plugins > Editor and then select “AMP”), and add the following to the end of it: … [Read more...] about How To Get Started With Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)
Common HTML errors can often lead to poor rendering of the site on various platforms, which in turn can cause issues with user experience and site speed. This can then cause issues with site performance from a rankings perspective. While this is NOT a direct rankings impact, it can be an indirect rankings impact, kind of like when W3C valid code is not used. W3C validity is not required for ranking sites, but it can lead to an indirect increase in rankings because W3C validity can help reduce site speed through better-optimized layouts and coding techniques. Better coding techniques can also help Google understand your site easier. … [Read more...] about A Complete SEO Checklist for Web Developers
Upgrade PHP, Apache, NGINX, EtcI touched on upgrades up there talking about plugins, but it’s important for your server architecture itself as well. PHP, for example, put massive performance enhancements in their transition from PHP6 to PHP7. By upgrading to PHP7, you’ll be able to take advantage of those performance enhancements. PHP8 likely isn’t going to be released until 2021 or so, so you have a few years before you need to worry about updating again. … [Read more...] about How to Reduce Your Server Response Time with WordPress