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What’s New: Full WP White Label, Backup Services, & AI Builder v2.11

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As more and more businesses go online, business owners and consumers alike demand the best quality in the functionality and performance of websites, which guarantees a great user experience. Establishing trust between your business and your customers is hard work. Here is what we have done in this period to bring you closer to gaining that trust. Hosting We’ve talked about the importance of page and website load speed and how a slow loading website negatively impacts your business. One factor in getting your website to your customers quickly is choosing a datacenter closest to your target audience. 10Web now has 11 data centers across the globe. We are happy to announce the launch of our newest data center in Sydney, Australia. Improved Hosting server stability Hosting server performance Hosting Services With an impressive kit of hosting services offered at 10Web, we are always working to improve these services, along…

Core Web Vitals: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

Core Web Vitals: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

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At this point, you’ve most likely heard about Core Web Vitals, Google’s new page experience measuring tools. Announced in May 2020 and incorporated into the ranking algorithms just last month, Core Web Vitals are another key way for Google to approximate the quality of user experience that a website offers. As the focus of Core Web Vitals is on an overall pleasant user experience, even if your website currently ranks at #1, this article will still be useful in terms of improving conversion rates of your website and decreasing the bounce rate. Whether you’re a developer immersed in code, an agency looking to set yourself apart from competition, or a small business owner just trying to run your website, it is important to be mindful of these new updates as they are Google’s way of fine tuning its ranking process. We know the importance SEO (Search Engine Optimization) has on…

WordPress 5.8: Moving Towards Full Site Editing

WordPress 5.8: Moving Towards Full Site Editing

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WordPress 5.8 is now out and it’s brought a whole host of exciting new changes — most notably the long-awaited and touted full site editing features. To be more specific, WordPress 5.8 “Tatum” (named after legendary jazz pianist Art Tatum) was released on July 20, 2021 as an official WordPress update available to all users. This update significantly expands the role of the block editor and makes it possible to edit almost every part of your WordPress website. Now that WordPress 5.8 is released, you’ll be able to make templates, take advantage of new blocks and block patterns, enjoy an improved experience of working with reusable blocks, and be able to use new customization options to style your site. In this post, we’ll explain these new features more in-depth, and share what you can do as a developer with this new release. Let’s begin! New Site Building Blocks And Patterns…

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What’s New: 10Web Speed Optimizer, AI Builder v 2.9, Image Optimizer, & 10Web Builder

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10Web Speed Optimizer Continuous improvements to our speed optimizer are always in the works. This month we had major work done on the plugin in order to improve it’s optimization capabilities. With a special team intensively concentrated specifically on the plugin, here are some of the highlights. Added Web Worker We have added a Javascript Web Worker that downloads async resources in the background using a separate thread and not blocking the main browser thread. This reduces loading and blocking time and improves the PageSpeed score. Added Delay All JS The option to delay all JavaScript code execution before interaction has been added to the Speed Optimizer and is enabled by default for all new users. Here too, the Web Worker downloads all JavaScript files in the background and connects them to the page upon user interaction. This improves most metrics used to calculate page speed score; thus, helping to…

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How to Create a Custom WordPress Theme Without a Line of Code

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There is definitely no shortage of WordPress themes. Both free and paid themes are available, whether you go looking in the official depository or turn to third-party marketplaces and independent theme developers. These WordPress themes make creating a website for your clients relatively easy. However, there are times when you need a more custom design. In such situations, the obvious solution is to create a custom WordPress theme yourself. The only issue is that creating a custom WordPress theme from scratch can take a while due to the coding that’s involved. If you’re on a tight deadline, that’s not a feasible solution. But what if you could create a custom WordPress theme without coding? The good news is that you can. Thanks to 10Web’s AI Builder, you can quickly create a custom theme and deliver a website on time for your client. In this article, we’ll talk about various WordPress…

What’s New in PHP 8 (Features, Updates & Changes)

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PHP 8.0 is a major update that was released on November 26, 2020. It came with many new amazing features and optimizations such as named arguments, union types, attributes, constructor property promotion, match expression, nullsafe operator, JIT compiler, improvements in the type system, error handling, and consistency. With 10Web, you can easily update your PHP to the PHP 8.0 version. If you don’t want to go into the details, scroll down to see how to enable it on 10Web. Others are welcome to learn about all the new features of PHP 8 and about the JIT compiler in particular. New features Let’s discover the new features introduced by this new major update. Here’s what we’ll cover in this article: Named Arguments Attributes v2 Constructor Property Promotion Union Types 2.0 Match expression v2 Nullsafe operator Saner string to number comparisons Consistent type errors for internal functions Type system and error handling…

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WordPress Default Theme: What It Is and How to Change It

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Every year, WordPress releases a new default theme that ships with every WordPress installation. The WordPress default theme typically shows off new features that have been added to the platform. However, the WordPress default theme is often lacking in features that are crucial for a small business website. That’s why it’s so common for WordPress users to change the default theme of their websites. If you’re wondering what the default WordPress theme is and how to change it, you’re in the right place. In this post, we’ll explain everything you need to know about the WordPress default theme, how and why you should change it, and share how you can create a website without installing an advanced theme. What is the WordPress default theme? WordPress default theme is the theme that comes preinstalled when you first install WordPress on your site. As mentioned earlier, this theme is used to show…

Headless WordPress: How to Create Web Applications Using REST API

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Some time ago I wrote an article about using WordPress without GUI via CLI, where I mentioned that you actually can do anything without using the WP dashboard. In this article, I’ll take another approach, leaving only the WordPress dashboard, and introduce you to installing a decoupled WordPress. Let’s dive in! Monolithic WordPress WordPress has come a long way, from being used in small blogs to becoming the #1 CMS solution. It grew, developed a big market of plugins and themes that can extend its functionality and enhance its look and user experience. From the very beginning, WordPress has had a “Monolithic” architecture, which means that it has the backend and the frontend in one application. When we install WordPress, we get one of the default themes as the frontend of our website and a dashboard accessible via /wp-admin/ URL as the backend. We can create posts and pages, install…

How to Build a WordPress Sales Funnel

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If only I had counted how many hours we’ve spent cooped up in the conference room trying to create the perfect sales funnel. Don’t get me wrong, brainstorming and developing an efficient sales funnel is another level of satisfaction but looking back, had I known some basic principles, my life would’ve been so much easier. Jokes aside, in this article, I want to share with you some key principles that will help you build a kickass WordPress sales funnel. But before we move forward, per usual, let’s get our definitions straight. I personally love RingDNA’s definitions: The sales funnel (also known as a revenue funnel or sales process) refers to the buying process that companies lead customers through when purchasing products. The definition also refers to the process through which a company finds, qualifies, and sells its products to buyers. The WordPress sales funnel has stages and just like with…

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What’s New: Knowledge Base, AI Builder, & Speed Optimizer

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10Web Speed Optimizer Critical CSS Generation With Various Loading Methods Now you have the option to generate critical CSS for specific pages of your websites, choose the page sizes you want to generate for, choose how critical CSS should load, and the stages during which critical CSS should be generated. You also have an option to add custom page size for which you would like to generate critical CSS. Hosting PHP 8.0 Support The new and improved PHP 8 is faster, safer, and is now supported by 10Web. Read more about the improvements and what the new PHP 8 offers. Improvements Performance of hosting servers Automatic migration Dashboard Knowledge Base Added to Dashboard The 10Web dashboard is designed to provide you with a workspace where all the tools, services, and functionalities you need to fully manage your websites are in the same space. So it was only logical to add…

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