I’m a huge believer in Google Page Speed Insights and getting the numbers as high as possible on every single site I’m involved in. But there’s typically a pair of directives I’ve never been able to affect consistently:
- Prioritize visible content
The article below highlights a possible solution utilizing a Sass @mixin. Though couldn’t the same distinction be made by just having a set of CSS files with one as the priority and the other as below-the-fold, with the additional http request obviously.
Authoring Critical Above-the-Fold CSS
Async Attribute and Scripts At The Bottom
Just wanted to share my first published blog article from my current employer, Three Ships.
It’s an update to an article I’ve written for two previous employers about how search engine optimization is a series of smart and common sense actions.
I’ve worked a bunch lately in SEO and WordPress — hence all the articles on both subjects posted here recently.
Five Steps to Common Sense SEO
Man, I wish I’d read this article years ago (or least when it was first published two years ago).
I’ve had plenty of CMS instances where it would have been great to have images uploaded automatically resized to certain dimensions for specific instances. This is one to refer to for your next CMS-focused WordPress install to make sure you’re having WordPress and PHP taken the burden off clients for sizing images properly.
How to Create Additional Image Sizes in WordPress