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Internet and Networking

A Non-Technical Intro to Zero Round Trip Time Resumption (0-RTT) From Cloudflare

A quick note before we begin: while not that elementary, for the proposes of this post & resemblance, you can think of a client as a web browser and a server as a website. In short, Zero Round Trip Time Resumption or 0-RTT optimizes performance for clients who are resuming a connection to your site.

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Internet and Networking

What Is Argo Smart Routing From Cloudflare?

A tremendous benefit of being on Cloudflare is that its products and services constantly improve & adapt to meet the new demands and expectations of the modern internet. From the many unique features, Cloudflare introduced a new product called “Argo Smart Routing,” which can uplift the performance levels of any site’s assets by up to

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Web Development

About Automatic Signed Exchanges (SXGs) and LCP Load Times

Cloudflare is taking performance & website load times very seriously when it comes to assisting users who leverage their services. Quite recently, it launched a beta on early hints 103 HTTP code. Almost hand in hand, it seems, they also unveiled the “Automatic Signed Exchanges” beta in partnership with Google — with the primary purpose

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WordPress

What Is APO by Cloudflare and How To Confirm It’s Working?

While it has been only less than a year since Cloudflare announced its APO (Automatic Platform Optimization) service, it has rightly earned high praises, both from technical & non-technical users of the service. As of right now, APO is only available for eligible & compatible WordPress sites — which account for 38% of all websites

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WordPress

How to Add Cloudflare to GoDaddy Managed WordPress

Adding Cloudflare proxy, CDN, and its other features to your managed GoDaddy WordPress plan isn’t hard at all. I’ve personally benefited from it a ton, and I am sure you will too! Prerequisites/Things You’d Need (in Order Of) A GoDaddy Managed WordPress Plan with a domain name that’s live. For example, feedthecuriosity.com. Then, you’d need

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