Large images can slow down your site. Learn how implementing WebP compression can make your website on WordPress faster.
This page offers answers to common questions about default platform settings, WordPress settings, and server configuration settings
We explain which MIME types WordPress recognizes and which types WordPress allows to be uploaded in the WordPress Admin Dashboard.
TimThumb has several issues and has since been abandoned by its developer. Read more to learn why and how to use alternatives to TimThumb.
When copying between two environments while using LargeFS you may find images missing. Learn how to copy images between S3 buckets.
We will discuss what bandwidth is, how you can view and manage your own bandwidth usage, and how you can optimize your site’s overall performance with some bandwidth-saving tips.
This article details how to set up and configure LargeFS, which is designed to store large amounts of media and integrate it into WordPress.
Learn how to bring your WordPress website’s wp-content folder over to WP Engine via SFTP or via your User Portal in the manual migration process.