Emily Siliwon

With over a decade of experience as a WordPress professional, Emily has a penchant for writing articles that help people use WordPress to achieve their online goals.
7 Best cPanel Alternatives

7 Best cPanel Alternatives [2022 Edition]

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Chances are, if you’ve ever paid for a web hosting plan, you are familiar with cPanel. Its time-tested, web-based interface makes it easy to install WordPress, set up email accounts, work with databases, configure DNS, and helps tackle many other everyday tasks for web admins. You may have encountered cPanel – or one of its alternatives – when you first used your new hosting plan. Its file manager helps you upload your website’s files; you can easily create a database and add SSL certificates or handle pretty much anything else concerning your website. Agencies, web hosting companies, and developers can use cPanel to allow clients access to their hosting accounts. In addition, each hosting account gets its own cPanel to make it easy for clients to manage their websites in the same way. So why try alternatives to cPanel? cPanel’s interface is notoriously cluttered and complicated. Some users say they…

Largest Contentful Paint: How to Improve Your Score Forever | 10Web

Largest Contentful Paint: How to Improve Your Score Forever

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So you’ve worked hard on building a fast, clean website, and now that you’ve run it through a page speed tool, it’s disappointing that the results are not what you hoped for. While hanging your head in defeat may seem like a tempting option, from an SEO and user experience standpoint, you should definitely reconsider before throwing in the towel. How long do you wait for a page to load? For around 50% of us, it’s less than 3 seconds. A lot may hang in the balance during those 3 precious seconds. A page’s ability to get the Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) content loaded quickly can soothe impatient visitors by letting them know they’re in the right place while the rest of the page loads. It’s often an image, video, or a block-level element like <p> or <h1> that should be one of the first things to render. The Largest…