Web Dev

Web development is the work involved in developing a website for the Internet or an intranet. Web development can range from developing a simple single static page of plain text to complex web applications, electronic businesses, and social network services. Let’s build the future of the web, together. Take advantage of the latest modern technologies to build amazing web experiences for everyone.

How do PHP developers give life to a website?

PHP developers

In today’s technological world, businesses have access to a large number of programming languages to construct websites and apps, including Python, Java, Kotlin, Swift, Node, C#, C, and C++, PHP, etc. However, most businesses prefer to hire PHP developers for web development, as it’s an open-source and flexible coding language. Furthermore, PHP is comparatively very […]

How to optimize your website?

Optimize your website

Many people use search engines to find companies and products nowadays. Approximately 60% of all consumers use Google to find companies, and more than 80 percent result in in-store visits and direct sales. Optimizing a website enables you to remain on the top of these searches. The following are five steps you can use to […]

FastCGI Cache vs. WP Super Cache – or using both the caching solutions together?

Webmasters always ask me – what has the better caching solution, FastCGI Cache or WP Super Cache, and some of them even come with even unusual questions like can they use both together? FastCGI Cache is faster than WP Super Cache. It is because FastCGI Cache uses compiled bindings that are fast and routes traffic […]

How to reduce server response times?

DevTools: Waterfall

While optimizing a website for a greater performance we need to improve its foundation, which is server response time or time to first byte (TTFB). In an earlier article we learned about the TTFB, and we learned that the server’s latency affects the website speed. When we test a website on tools like GTmetrix, Lighthouse, […]

How to remove website (URL) field from WordPress comments?

WordPress bloggers who loves content sharing and engaging their followers uses comment section to express opinions of other fellow bloggers and readers. But that comment section is also the most spammed section in the WordPress, as you know there are end numbers of annoying scrappers, auto comment bots, and similar tools that spam the WordPress’s […]

How to redirect 404 to homepage in Nginx?

Nginx

When a requested URL is not available or not found it’s advisable to redirect them to another URL or to a homepage that’s user-friendly. Nginx web server allows us to redirect off such 404 error pages to a custom URL, all we need to do is instruct Nginx’s site configuration to redirect such pages, and […]

How to fix “Specify a Vary: Accept-Encoding Header” warning?

While optimizing your website for website performance using tools (ex. GTmetrix), you’ll run into a “specify a vary: accept-encoding header” warning. What exactly does this mean? How can we fix this? In this tutorial, we’ll learn what’s the error and how we are going to resolve the issue. What is this warning? Accept-encoding header is […]

How to fix “No Input File Specified” error?

In a web server, let it be Apache or Nginx, if rewrite rules unable to touch the index file or root file, it shows an error of no input file specified. To fix this error we just need to locate the root location or file. For an instance, we have picked WordPress as a CMS […]

How to cache static content on Nginx?

Nginx

Here in this post I’ll show you how to cache static content or files on Nginx. If you are not caching static content yet, tune it now, you’ll gain more speed just doing it. I’m assuming that you know the configuration directories and files of nginx and we can set the parameters in an http […]

Default NGINX Configuration

Image of NGINX, a web server.

Nginx configuration file located at /etc/nginx/nginx.conf has everything that makes a server flies or sinks. Below we have explained what each directive does. Let’s have a look and fine-tune your settings: Before we hit to configurations directly understand the structure first. HTTP Block: Global configurations. Server Block: Domain level configurations. Add inside the HTTP block. […]