This doesn't always give the correct values. By default the bios settings may be limited to 2133Mhz. It's best to Google your RAM for spesific details. That's probably the best way to go.
Use could also use a program called CPU-Z to figure it out (probably the easiest way).
U splash usually has images at 4k resolution. In your WP media you can select an image and confirm if this is the case. There are plugins that limit the maximum size you can upload.
I believe EWWW does have this feature.
Overall this shouldn't be necessary, but I have had some peformance...
If you want to build it yourself I'd suggest by starting to look into setting up a database. The most common databases are MySQL and Mongo.
There are plenty of tutorials on how to setup the basics. My advise would be to start with some software called WAMP (there's XAMP or nginx as well, just a...
I started a different way, it's probably not the correct way, but I had an application I required to do function X. I did a lot of research on how to get there. A lot of trial and error. Eventually you will learn a lot of different approaches on how to handle the code.
From my experience books...
If you don't already have it running on your website, try wprocket. Upon activating my site litterly jumped from 5-6 seconds to 2-3 seconds. There are some guides around what options to activate and which not to activate.
There probably is a rewrite in your htaccess that redirects your images to your old CDN. This may also be caused by a plugin. You could try to test this by saving your htaccess and removing redirects that may relate to your images.
- Write articles about plumbing or related labor where you recommend certain tools. These tools will then be linked (with refferal) to amazon or any other affiliate program.
- Talk to other local businesses and maybe you can promote their business at your site.
If you connect it to your router it will indeed use your own IP address and so it wouldn't give you what you want. If you would set up your raspberry at another location (with permission) it could be used as a private proxy.