Dreamhost has a section on their Wiki explaining detailed ways on how to optimize WordPress using such tools as WP Super Cache, Nocache, Fcgi, and various combinations of the latter. I don’t understand the gobbily gook presented within the document but if you’re using your own dedicated server or VPS, these tips might be of interest to you. An aside but also interesting article regarding WordPress configuration tricks was published by Jeff Star on the Digging Into WordPress site back in 2009. Lesson learned is that the WPConfig file that is apart of WordPress is pretty powerful. ∞
By Jeffro on April 29, 2009
Pretty awesome to see that in such a short notice, there were ten different header tweaks submitted including one by Kaspars Dambis. I placed my vote early this morning but I followed Janes instructions in opening each full view screenshot in a browser tab and viewing each one. I must have looked at all of them for about 7 minutes without any of them screaming out at me. I finally placed my vote and I’ll just say it was for a design tweak other than the current one.
One interesting thing to note is that when I voted, the second most voted for choice in the poll was to keep the current header design.
Have your say in the header design tweak before the poll closes tonight at 8PM EDT.