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- Frequently Asked Questions
a) Smooth Page Transitions:
b) Lazy Loading:
c) Interactive Forms:
d) Dynamic Content Updates:
a) Customizing Themes:
b) Extending Plugin Functionality:
c) Implementing Custom User Interfaces:
|A fast and lightweight library for DOM manipulation and AJAX requests.
|A modern utility library that provides performance optimizations.
a) Progressive Enhancement:
b) Server-Side Rendering (SSR):
c) Properly Structured Content:
To aid search engines in understanding your content, it’s crucial to structure your HTML markup properly. Using semantic HTML tags, providing descriptive alt attributes for images, and implementing structured data markup can improve your site’s visibility in search results.
a) Sanitizing User Input:
Properly sanitizing user input is essential to prevent malicious code injections (XSS attacks). WordPress provides built-in functions like
b) Enqueuing Scripts Securely:
wp_enqueue_script function. This ensures that the script is loaded securely and follows WordPress best practices.
c) Regularly Updating Libraries:
a) Minify and Concatenate Scripts:
c) Use Caching:
d) Test Cross-Browser Compatibility:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)