10 Ways to Use .htaccess to Speed Up WordPress
The enduring popularly of .htaccess files as the way for webhosts to allow people to take a little more control over the web server is high. Almost all Apache webservers administered by hosting companies will support .htaccess files. If you’re on a host that uses Nginx only, all of these points are completely irrelevant. If you’re unsure, just ask your host. Off the top of my head the only host I distinctly remember learning wasn’t running Apache was WP Engine. Most others so, so without further ado, today we’re going to look at ten easy methods to speed up WordPress with the .htaccess file.