4 plugins for Faster and Optimized WordPress Blog

A faster loading blog is because of optimized SQL Database Queries and  compressed CSS.You can also optimize your WP Blog using these simple wordpress plugins.

  1. css-compress : This plugin automatically removes comments, new lines, tabs, and gzip compresses (GZIP) any CSS file.Installation :
    1. Download css-compress.2. Upload css-compress.php into your wp-content/plugins directory.3. Activate the plugin through the WordPress admin interface.
  2. WP-Optimize : This plugin optimizes your MySQL Database by removing post revisions, comments in the spam queue, un-approved comments within few clicks.This plugin works with wordpress 2.7++ database cleanup and optimization tool.You can rename any username to another username too.

    • Remove the existing wordpress post revisions
    • Remove all the comments in the spam queue
    • Remove all the un-approved comments
    • Rename one username to another username, it’s designed to rename default “Admin” user to something else
    • Apply MySql optimize commands on your database tables without phpMyAdmin.
    • Display Database table statistics.
  3. WP-DBManager : This plugin allows you to optimize, repair, backup, restore, delete backup database , drop/empty tables and run selected queries. It also supports automatic scheduling of backing up and optimizing of database.After installing the plugin Go to ‘WP-Admin -> Database -> DB Options’ to configure the database options.Download WP_DBManager for WP 2.7.xTo survive a Digg effect, or sudden rise in page views you could also try using plugins like
  4. WPSuperCache which store static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog. After a html file is generated your webserver will serve that file instead of processing the comparatively heavier and more expensive WordPress PHP scripts.
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If you know or use any more plugins that help in optimizing WP Blogs, do share them with us.


    • Avinash Post authorReply

      Thats true, W3 Total Cache can very well speed up a WP Blog to a great extent thanks for your view.

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