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When your brain isn't working at full capacity it looks for something to do. Being tired makes you dumb enough that the task at hand is enough.

A popular saying goes that programmers are machines that turn caffeine into code.

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To our clients, I especially want to thank you for your business throughout the past 10 years. You have been critical to Integral’s growth and success in our first decade, and I look forward to working with you in the coming years.

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To our clients, I especially want to thank you for your business throughout the past 10 years. You have been critical to Integral’s growth and success in our first decade, and I look forward to working with you in the coming years.

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No one likes to wait for a web page to load – if a site is taking too long to load, the visitor is more likely to close it and move on. This is especially true for blogs, which are meant to be seen and read. Today, we will share with you several tips on how you can speed up a blog running on WordPress.

1. Eliminate unnecessary plugins

Don’t use too many plugins – they will noticeably slow down your website. Imagine them as too many apps running at the same time – they will affect the overall performance of the blog. Keep the number of the plugins low – let’s say from 5 to 10, but don’t go over 20.

2. Optimize your Database

All the information for your blog posts and comments is stored in a database. So, to speed up the loading speed, you can optimize this database. There are two ways to do that – with the WP-Optimize plugin, or manually. The plugin is the easier way, but always remember point 1 of this article. If you want to do things manually, follow these instructions:

1. Inside your web hosting Control Panel, locate and open PHPMyAdmin- you can find it in the Database Manager section.
2. Once logged in the PHPMyAdmin, select your database.
3. Click “Check All” at the bottom of the page.
4. Choose “Optimize table” in the drop-down list next to it.
5. Done!

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