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11 give a heart | 20th March 2020 | CSS, jQuery, Snippets, WordPress

Quickly achieved lazy-loading

Lazy loading is one of those easy wins, that will please Google PageSpeed score. It’s also a nice gesture for all your readers, that are using a poor or metered connection.

If you’re using WordPress, the fastest way is to use one of 27354 plugins available in WordPress’ repository. You can use a dedicated solution that does only that, or maybe turn on that option inside Autoptimize plugin (that I highly recommend).

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5 give a heart | 21st March 2018 | Geeky, Snippets, Tutorials, WordPress

WordPress tutorial: Comment reply notifications with 40 lines of code

If you’re tired of Disqus and Jetpack, then you need to switch back to default WordPress comments. And it hurts.

Both, Disqus and Jetpack do two things: spam prevention and notifications. Plus Disqus looks good, while Jetpack needs some styling. But that’s another case.

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17 give a heart | 19th November 2017 | WordPress

Gutenberg 1.7.0

WordPress 5.0 will soon be a thing and it might feature a brand new content editor, that will take place of the good old TinyMCE—Gutenberg. It's still in development and the first digit in the version number doesn't mean it actually left the beta stage.

I got curious, so I've installed the beta plugin from WordPress repository to check it here. Let's see!

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