Learn best practices for development, security, and cacheability to maintain high availability on your site, and what WP Engine does to help.
In this article we explain how cache-control headers work, and how to tell if your page or file is hitting cache in the WP Engine environment.
We explain the best way to call other jQuery libraries without other plugin and theme conflicts.
TimThumb has several issues and has since been abandoned by its developer. Read more to learn why and how to use alternatives to TimThumb.
Learn about best practices when deploying a site to WP Engine. In this article we’ll discuss how to deploy when NOT leveraging Git version control.
Learn about best practices when deploying a site to WP Engine. In this article we’ll discuss how to deploy when leveraging Git version control.
Learn how New Relic on WP Engine servers can help debug and improve performance from a code level on your WordPress website.
We’ll explain what Serialized Data is, what conflicts this type of data may present, and the most common solutions to serialized data issues.
Learn how to connect to your website’s database remotely if your workflow requires you to access your database without going through phpMyAdmin.
Running a search and replace on your WordPress database is a crucial task. Learn when and how to use a search and replace, and when one may be done for you.
Content Performance was a WP Engine plugin that integrated raw Google Analytics data and optimized it for WordPress. This has been retired.
Learn how to create a 1-click WordPress staging environment with WP Engine and about how the WP Engine Legacy Staging environment works.