Optimize your WordPress.com database with our new WordPress optimization guide.
The best way to do this is to use our WordPress.ca plugin, but for the sake of this tutorial, we’ll stick to the same command we use to create the MySQL database.
You’ll need to download the WordPress.co.uk WordPress Optimizer from our WordPress plugin repo, then download the plugin from WordPress.cc.
Once you’ve downloaded and installed the plugin, you’ll need the following to perform the plugin’s tasks: Download the WordPress Optimization plugin (WordPress.cc, 4.5 MB) Open the plugin and click on the Add button at the top of the window.
Enter your WordPress username and password.
You’ll then be prompted to create a new database.
The plugin will create a table called Query Optimizer in the database.
This table contains a list of optimizable SQL queries for the database and a SQL query optimization command.
Once the database is created, click the Add Columns button at top of Query Optimization column.
Enter your MySQL username and passwords into the database fields.
Then click the Create Columns link.
When the column is created and the query optimization is performed, the WordPress plugin will save the results in the WordPress database.
You can then use the WordPress Search Engine Optimizer to retrieve the results and analyze the data.