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How to Safely Remove the Hummingbird Plugin from your Child Site

How to Safely Remove the Hummingbird Plugin from your Child Site

Hummingbird is a caching and performance plugin with over 70k active installs, but the plugin can cause issues and does not work well as a page caching plugins. The plugin deactivation in Hummingbird will not delete the advanced-cache.php drop in it adds, nor will it remove the constant added into your site wp-config.php. The file…

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How to Easily Set a Homepage Logout Redirect on Your Child Sites

Set a Homepage Logout Redirect on Your Sites

If you want to create a setup so when a user logs out of a child site, they are redirected to the homepage of the site, one easy-to-use plugin solution is the WP Logout Redirect plugin. After the plugin has been installed and activated on the child site, it has no settings to be changed.…

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Using WP Optimize Plugin for Site Caching on Your Child Site

WP Optimize was originally a plugin that could easily optimize your child site database and site images. In the most recent 3.0.0 release, WP Optimize now includes support for page caching. To access the site caching feature in WP Optimize, make sure you have updated the most current version. From the admin menu, go to;…

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Using the Better Detection Plugin on your Child Site

If you need a lightweight option for tracking content changes made directly into a site’s database, one plugin which can help is Better Detection. Better Detection is best used In the case where a site might have been hacked, or content for malware was inserted into a site. Once the plugin has been installed and…

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Using the Better Speed Plugin to Reduce WordPress Core Request Files

Using the Better Speed Plugin to Reduce WordPress Core Request Files

WordPress (by default) will load a number of assets on the front-end of your Child Site, which will slow it down by adding a number of requests for features you may not be using. Some of the requests that WordPress core adds on load include emojis, embeds, dashicons, jQuery migrate, XML-RPC, pingbacks, generator tag, short…

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Handy Code Snippets for the Yoast SEO Plugin on your Child Sites

Handy Code Snippets for the Yoast SEO Plugin

Yoast SEO is a well-known, easy-to-use plugin for SEO. Yoast SEO has a number of code snippets that can be saved to limit or disable specific functions. MainWP has an amazing extension for code snippets, which easily allows you to apply code snippets to your child sites. We have taken the time to save out…

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Removing the Cerber Security Plugin Data from your Child Site

Security plugins on your child site can help find security issues and help block specific users, but one thing to be aware of is security plugins which end up causing serious performance issues. One such security plugin is Cerber Security, which has been known to cause performance issues on sites. Ceber Security plugin will end…

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Why not to use the WooCommerce Customer History Plugin

Why not to use the WooCommerce Customer History Plugin

WooCommerce is a solid, easy-to-use plugin for adding e-commerce to an existing WordPress site. Since WooCommerce is running in WordPress, it means there are many plugin options out there. One useful plugin is WooCommerce Customer History. The plugin will track how customers browse the site, which would allow you to see the products customers are…

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