Learn how to configure a Wordpress install to serve through a subdirectory on WP Engine (ie. /blog) with nginx, wp-config.php and .htaccess.
Configure a reverse proxy between 2 installs on WP Engine so you can serve a seperate Wordpress instance under a subfolder on the same domain (ie. /blog)
Learn how to setup and fully support webp image support on WP engine with the webp express plugin. Compatible with Cloudflare, MaxCDN and any other CDN.
Load assets from a live site’s wp-content/uploads on a local install using when using WP Engine’s Devkit (or any other local Wordpress environment).
First you’ll want to rename all files to be lowercase. Here is a command you can run from your linux terminal to RECURSIVELY (all subdirectories within the one you are in will be affected): Next you’ll want to add the following to the Nginx configuration of your site (you may need to contact support to […]
There are a bajillion ways to set Cache control headers in Nginx and Apache. In this guide, I’ll show you the most correct, out-of-the-box setup.
If you’re on WP Engine and are not routing through Cloudflare or a similar proxy that can force static files to HTTPS://, you may notice that a request to https://domain.com/robots.txt or https://domain.com/sitemap.xml won’t redirect to HTTPS:// (or many other static files). They will both still load with HTTPS:// if specifically requested with that protocol – […]
Online Certificate Status Protocol, or OCSP for short, is a standard validating the whether an X.509 certificate has been revoked or not. OCSP Stapling removes the need for clients to query the Certificate Authority (CA) on lookup which improves performance and security at the SSL level. If you’re already routing through Cloudflare and are using […]
Login to your Microsoft Flow account and click My Flows, then click New and select Create from Template: Search for dropbox sftp and you’ll see Sync files from a folder in Dropbox to folder on SFTP server: You’ll see the option to Sign in to your Dropbox account at the bottom of the page: Click […]
You may find that a duplicate of your WordPress site doesn’t look right after a fresh push from Live to Staging or vice versa (missing images, broken CSS, etc.). This is often because many themes have their own particular kind of minification compilation and caching (to boost performance) – files that are compiled for your […]