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Store Just WordPress Transients Persistently

WordPress comes with an option of keeping cache in a persistent storage, if provided. It provides a great deal of performance since everything that WordPress was doing repeatedly on each page request now can be saved in the persistent cache storage (APC / Memcached / Redis) and retrieve easily & very fastly without doing much […]

Override WP-CLI commands

If you already don't know about WP-CLI, its a pretty great tool to manage a WordPress install via terminal commands. This essentially gives you a lot of power enabling you to interact with the WordPress install just by commands and not having to interact with UI at all. Read more at WP-CLI's homepage. It can […]