If you’re new to WordPress, you might not yet be familiar with the world of caching. Cleaning your cache is basically a method of removing material and data from your site’s temporary memory. If you’ve done any modifications or posted new content that you’re not seeing – that’s probably why (or you forgot to hit publish!). Let’s go over what your cache really is, why it’s important and how you can clean your WordPress cache or cookies, right inside this article. Let’s get started.
If you use WordPress, you’re probably well familiar with the importance of plugins. The proper combination of plugins that perform effectively together is usually required for your website to operate properly. In your admin panel, you’ll undoubtedly see a red-circled symbol next to Plugins, indicating that one or more of them works require an upgrade. And, that number will keep climbing as more plugins update – some it feels like every day. We’ll go over all you really have to learn about correctly upgrading WordPress plugins, as well as how to handle these updates more effectively, in this post.