WordPress has announced its official Performance Lab Plugin that boosts website speed and performance. The company lets publishers test the new beta features and offers constructive feedback. The plugin is developed by the famed WordPress performance team, formed in November 2021 to coordinate performance improvements within WordPress core, and is made up of developers from WordPress, Google, and Yoast. The plugin provides WordPress publishers access to use the upgrades before they are integrated into the WordPress core to diagnose issues that slow down their websites. WordPress designed the plugin in a modular fashion by grouping all the new performance features into one plugin allowing publishers to pick and choose which features to enable from a single central location within a single plugin.
WordPress Announces Performance Lab – the Performance Enhancing Plugin
May 13, 2022 | | Updated: November 01, 2022
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