- Ability to generate static files instead of always making dynamic calls (W3 Super Cache allegedly does this, but it always locks up my installation of WordPress)
- Ability to mark pages as relatively static so that they can be cached more frequently than their group is normally cached–increasing caching time at all levels
- Why not TinyPNG?
- Why is it a banned plug-in on that one host? (Intensive resource usage?)
- Why does P3 say it is a resource hog?
Hardcode a theme
- Make a copy of the theme
- In the copy, options to replace many things such as meta/charset and blog title
- Ability to hardcode plug-ins
- When themes and plug-ins are updates, would need to rerun the hardcode routine
- Need to check for changes on a regular basis
- All plug-ins I have tried have failed because they break my theme, plug-ins, or installation
- When creating a post, ability to put content that hooks to get_header, get_footer, and possibly other hooks. This likely exists somewhere because it is so similar to adding text to a Widget.
Charset and mimetype of each file on the server
- Scan the file for the charset and/or mimetype
- Allow individual or batch conversion of charsets for files. For example, allow all text files to be rewritten to UTF-8 w/o BOM
Calculate the applied server rules for each file
Inspect server config file such as
- WordPress config files
Calculate the resulting settings, such as
- Server caching
- Browser caching
- Whether the charset is defined in the http header (correct term?)
- Detect mod_pagespeed and configure it if possible