I discovered that the JetPack plugin has recently included a module, active by default and without warning, that tracks your WooCommerce installation. And we are going to learn how to disable that module.
The WordPress Customizer is a fundamental tool for the design of your website, and the themes you install add lots of settings and sections to make it easier, but haven’t you noticed that there are sections that you have left over, that you would remove? Today we learn how to do it.
The WordPress admin toolbar is tremendously handy, allowing you to quickly access areas of your WordPress administration from any screen, even while viewing your website. So we are going to learn how to add new nodes to it.
If you’ve used any tools to measure web and WPO performance, you may wonder why the results are sometimes different. I hope this article serves to highlight the key differences in these performance analysis tools.
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