onecoolsitebloggingtips.com: New Stats Page Feedback
There are two old Stats pages and they are both available from the classic dashboard. You can go directly to the classic dashboard by logging in here:https://wordpress.com/wp-login.php?.
The old Stats pages are
1. https://YourWeirdWebsiteName.wordpress.com/wp-admin/index.php?page=stats (really old, “classic”). Link is found in the dashboard admin panel in the “Dashboard” drop-down menu (clock symbol).
2. https://wordpress.com/my-stats/ (kinda old, “super classic”). The link is found in the dashboard navigation menu, in the website title drop-down menu.
online.wsj.com: Step Into the Office-Less Company
The Web-services company Automattic Inc. has 123 employees working in 26 countries, 94 cities and 28 U.S. states. Its offices? Workers’ homes. At Automattic, which hosts the servers for the blogging platform WordPress.com, work gets done wherever employees choose, and virtual meetings are conducted on Skype or over Internet chat. The company has a San Francisco office for occasional use, but project management, brainstorming and water-cooler chatter take place on internal blogs. If necessary, team members fly around the world to meet each other face to face. And if people have sensitive questions, they pick up the phone. Web ?rm Automattic has 123 employees in 94 cities-and everyone works at home. Having a remote workforce lets companies tap into a wider talent pool not limited by geography. Firms can also save money on real estate, though sizeable travel budgets may partly offset that.
ventureharbour.com: How to Migrate a WordPress Website to a New Host (Case Study: Moving VentureHarbour.com to MediaTemple)
Now, there are many reasons why you may want to migrate your website, but the likelihood is that you’ve outgrown your old hosting company. In that case, it makes sense to take before and after measurements to check that your migration improved your website’s performance. To do this we’re going to analyse out page speed using a variety of free tools: WebPageTest.org Pingdom GTMetrix
smashingmagazine.com: How To Speed Up Your WordPress Website | Smashing Magazine
zsuraski.blogspot.de: Zeev’s blog: Benchmarking PHPNG!
On SugarCRM, PHPNG is 14% faster than hhvm 3.1 and 28% faster than hhvm 3.2. Yes, PHPNG’s actually faster than hhvm here! Also see a special note about SugarCRM below. On WordPress, hhvm is WAAAY faster than PHP 5.6 – but only 27% faster than PHPNG. In Drupal – hhvm is almost twice as fast as PHP 5.6, but only 10% faster than PHPNG.
WordPress.com: The MoreTag — Support
You can further customize the message that displays in the link to the full post content. You will need to do this in the HTML view of your editor. Once you have changed to the HTML editor, look for this code: ↑ Table of Contents ↑ Custom Read More Message To customize the message, simply add a space after The front page of your blog should now display your post as such:
WordPress.com: Posting Source Code – Support
your code here
The language (or lang) parameter controls how the code is syntax highlighted.
The following languages are supported:
- matlab (keywords only)