How to Redirect WordPress Feed to Feedburner Using .htaccess

.htaccess is a powerful tool. Let’s look at how to using .htaccess to redirect WordPress feeds to feedburner. Let’s use my blog as the example. The WordPress’s feed url of my blog is https://www.systutorials.com/b/feed/. Now I want to redirect it to feedburner with url http://feeds.systutorials.com/fclosefeed . The idea is quite straightforward: For every request to […]

Speeding Up the Site by Using PHP GZIP Compression

Compression is a simple way to speed up the site. PHP’s gzip compression is excellent. And using it is very convenient: Simply put these codes before any HTML content at the beginning of the PHP script: <?php if (substr_count($_SERVER[‘HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING’], ‘gzip’)) ob_start(“ob_gzhandler”); else ob_start(); ?> In WordPress, the suitable position for these codes is the beginning […]

Use noindex Meta Tag in WordPress to Prevent Search Engine Indexing Categories, Tags and Archives

WordPress has the content duplication problem which may confuse search engines. Duplicate content won’t hurt you, unless it is spammy or keyword stuffing, as said by Matt Cutts, and Google may just ignore the duplicate content. However, instead of letting the search engines decide which pages of the duplicate ones are important, we may only […]

Use Excerpt in Index, Category, Tag and Arhieve Pages for WordPress

By default, all of the content of the post is shown in index, category, tag, archive and search pages. This is duplicate contents which may cause search engine penalty. The better way is using excerpt in index, category, tag and arhieve pages. By doing this the duplication can be avoided and the blog is optimized. […]