I came across a gif recently on a website that loaded fine in most browsers but failed to load in IE (Internet Explorer). Fortunately, I remembered a similar problem in the past (that I spent way too long figuring out).
Slow websites are painful. An important value to look at when optimizing your website is the TTFB (Time Til First Bye), which is the delay between when the request is sent to the server and server actually responds. These are some of my notes on improving (e.g. reducing) the TTFB of a WordPress website.
You’re probably reading this email because you contacted me with a support question regarding one of my open source projects. I’m glad to hear you are finding my project useful and I hope I can help you with your issue. However I don’t provide free support for these non-commercial projects via email. It is likely […]
As WordPress programmers, we often need to peek under the hood at what is going on including what value a variable has at a given time. I’ve gone through a lot of iterations of how I peek under the hood. These are two quick ways that are available to me on any site I work […]
I had a client contact me with the problem that on his site a jpg will not display in IE8, but is showing up in other browsers. After checking the code and viewing the image in multiple browsers, including IE8 mode (using IE10’s web developer tools), I was convinced it was a problem with the […]