Posts by Jimmy Comack

Jimmy Comack

Jimmy Comack is part of the Yoast development team by day, gamer and film addict by night. He's a big proponent of open source software and tries to contribute to the OS community when possible

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How to reduce HTTP requests to speed up your WordPress site

4 November 2016 by Jimmy Comack » - 24 Comments

Reduce http requests

Having a website, online shop or blog that’s fast is a must nowadays. A fast website doesn’t only give your visitors a much better experience, but it also helps your website to rank. Sending fewer HTTP requests to the server can improve the loading times of your website. But why is that? What are HTTP »

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How to create a 301 redirect in WordPress

21 October 2016 by Jimmy Comack » - 13 Comments

how to create a 301 redirect

There will be times where you want to redirect visitors to a different part of your website when they visit a particular page or post. Reasons for this can be that you renamed a post and its URL, a page was removed or you want a different page to rank. Redirects in a nutshell The name ‘redirect’ »

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PHPBenelux Conference 2016 – A retrospect

5 February 2016 by Jimmy Comack »

This past weekend I was fortunate enough to be able to join the Yoast Dev team on our visit to PHPBenelux Conference 2016 in Antwerp, Belgium. This two-day event was jam-packed with tutorials, speakers, interesting conversations and lots of laughs. There was too much going on to cover it all, but I’ll discuss some of the »

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