Optimize WordPress: replace wp_cron with a real CRON job

WordPress comes with a built in function for automation called wp_cron. It is used for various WP maintenance (updates check etc.), to publish scheduled posts that are created with a date in the future, and by many plugins with automated features. Though wp_cron is not perfect. You might have seen missed schedules already if you Read more →

Time on Site and Bounce Rate: Fixing Google Analytics’ Flaws

UPDATE: This post from 2012 and the code presented here became mostly obsolete since the release of “universal analytics”. I’m leaving it here “as-is” for reference, but please note that the code and the WordPress plugin which uses it are now useless and will likely have no effect if you are using an up to Read more →