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Minimize Your Third-Party Assets: All websites request local files such as images, CSS/HTML, and various third party assets. Third-party assets require data from an outside server. It’s easy to reduce your load time by minimizing the amount of third party assets loaded.
Our CloudTech team is back with some crucial plugins and command line tricks to optimizing.
Our CloudTech team is back with some crucial plugins and command line tricks to optimizing your hosting solution.
1: P3 Profiler – It’s easy to overload your WordPress sites with plugins. Even installing a new theme can add unwanted plugins without you knowing. Since each plugin needs to write and query its own database, your site will slow down if you have too many. P3 Profiler evaluates your plugins to create a performance report, revealing your biggest slowdown culprits.
2: Zend OpCache and APCu – Optimizing your PHP is a great way to increase the performance of your sites and server. PHP 5.5 made this easy by having Zend OpCache and APCu a part of their core distribution. The installation guide above will show you how to use Zend OpCache to cache your opcode and utilize APCu to create an object-cache.
One common cause of acid reflux disease is a stomach abnormality called a hiatal hernia. This occurs when the upper part of the stomach and LES move above the diaphragm, a muscle that separates your stomach from your chest. Normally, the diaphragm helps keep acid in our stomach. But if you have a hiatal hernia, acid can move up into your esophagus and cause symptoms of acid reflux disease.
These are other common risk factors for acid reflux disease:
Eating large meals or lying down right after a meal
Being overweight or obese
Eating a heavy meal and lying on your back or bending over at the waist
Snacking close to bedtime
Eating certain foods, such as citrus, tomato, chocolate, mint, garlic, onions, or spicy or fatty foods
Drinking certain beverages, such as alcohol, carbonated drinks, coffee, or tea
Taking aspirin, ibuprofen, certain muscle relaxers, or blood pressure medications