Data, Maps, Usability, and Performance
When I think about HTTP2, I think about web performance and page load times. There is a lot more to HTTP2 like server push but I am very curious about the impact on website speed. How do the webperf metrics change when a page is delivered with HTTP2 instead of HTTP1? Let’s check out a waterfall comparison via WebPageTest:
If you are using WordPress and the Gravity Forms plugin, you might want to allow users to edit their posts or entries on the front-end. This is not supported by the plugin but there are other plugins or addons like Gravity Forms Edit Entries, Gravity Forms Sticky List, Gravity Forms: Post Updates, and GravityView that provide such functionality. But, they also come with other features that you might not want or need and installing more and more plugins can certainly impact performance. Moreover, a few of the plugins that I have tried would create and delete entries in GravityFroms causing missing Entry IDs which isn’t ideal and it is additional work on the system. Today, I will show you how to edit Gravity Forms entries on a page by simply using GF actions, hooks, and the API.