Supercharge WordPress, Part 3

This is an article of mine, originally published on Wazi WordPress , the popular content management system (CMS), is easy to configure and use, and is well supported by its community of professional consultants. WordPress depends for its operation from a full stack that includes an operating system, database, web server and PHP. If you […]

Supercharge WordPress, Part 2

This article of mine has been original published on Wazi WordPress, the popular content managing system (CMS), is easy to set up and use, and well supported by both its community and professional consultants. WordPress depends upon a complete stack that comprises an operating system, database, web server, and PHP. If you can optimize this […]

Apache Alternatives for Serving PHP

This is an article of mine, already published on wazi Do you have problems serving more than two pages per second on your WordPress or Drupal blog? Do the sites of your competitors serve pages faster than yours? Their secret weapon may be a different web server and PHP combo than Apache and mod_php. But don’t […]

How to modify an url extension with a Nginx rewrite

Today i’ve spent a lot of time (probably too much) to understand how to modify extensions, inside an url, with the rewrite of Nginx. Mi goal was call the url and serve with Nginx, which is actually a php script and not a real html.. To make things more difficult a url with […]

Using a Rewrite in Nginx to send WordPress feeds to feedburner

On my site I had a small problems with feeds, i’ve them managed with feedburner and I’ve 1 feed for every language, so you can choose to have the feeds in English or in Italian. The problem is that I’d like that when a user write it land on my feedburner page for English […]