Image optimization tools now available!

Written by Trifo

"A picture is worth a thousand words".

In 2018 it's more than likely that images on your web site are the largest assets downloaded by your visitors.

As a result, optimizing the images on your web site can often return some of the best performance improvements and byte savings as the fewer bytes the browser has to download, the less competition there is for the client's bandwidth and the faster the browser can download and render content on the screen.



And while with some content management systems like WordPress and Magento you get access to a dozen of different plugins and extensions that can help you optimize your web site images, that’s not the case with all applications and specifically – for custom built web sites.

LiteSpeed Cache for Joomla now Released!

Written by Trifo
Today we are happy to announce the long awaited LiteSpeed Cache extension for Joomla.

LiteSpeed Cache is an user friendly, high-performance page cache extension for Joomla 3.x or later.

It will greatly speed up your Joomla web site, as well as optimize and reduce the generated CPU load, with just minimal management efforts.

A fast web site can significantly improve your search engine rankings, increase the number of visitors and prospective customers your business converts, and improve your user experience. What's not to love?

Using our green hosting? Be proud, show your visitors you care.

Written by Trifo
Every year the Internet produces the same amount of carbon as Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangladesh, The Philippines, Sir Lanka and Mongolia... COMBINED!

At Kualo, we are passionate about web sites, but moreover, we are passionate about ensuring they don't damage our environment.

As part of our host green campaign, we released a beautiful, yet thought-provoking Infographic, to outline the impact of the Internet on our environment, and show you 6 things you can do to help!

You can now proudly let your visitors know that your web site runs on green hosting, by adding a green web hosting badge!

Moving an Established WordPress Site to HTTPS

Written by Trifo
Keeping your web site secured is extremely important, especially if you are running an eCommerce web site or collecting visitor information.

With the recent introduction of Let's Encrypt SSLs it is now extremely easy to get an SSL certificate for your domain name.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to move your established WordPress web site to HTTPS in 5 easy steps.

WordPress 4.7 "Content Injection Vulnerability" - Fixed!

Written by Trifo
Just recently, security vendor Sucuri disclosed a severe "Content Injection Vulnerability" in the WordPress REST API that allows remote unauthorized hackers to modify the content of any page or post within a WordPress web site as well as privilege escalation that could affect millions of web sites worldwide.