500,000 lines of code in the WordPress core. That’s a pretty big system. And the bigger the system, the more CPU cycles it takes to render a page.
The very first thing you should do when you have a WordPress site, is make sure you’re using a smokin’ fast web server.
We’re happy to announce that our web hosting servers are now all upgraded to brand new units, all running ridiculously fast hardware. I’m not a hardware guy, so the whole Gigahertz/on-chip ram, stuff is a little technical for me.
What I can tell you, is that all of our hosting client’s websites are running crazy fast now. It’s a noticeably significant difference.
The last migration, which completed this week, dominated much of our daytime operational hours. My primary focus was on making sure the migration went as smooth as possible.
With that aspect now done, we can get back to work on the WordPress plugin version of Accelerator, our website plugin that instantly optimizes an entire website for page speed and rendering.
We’re about 75% of the way done migrating the feature set of the original Accelerator application over to the WordPress plugin, so we’re aiming to have it ready for launch in July.
Over in the design lab, Colin has been engulfed with some very large projects, as well as continued work on the Cinematic website template that.