Personally, I’ve come to the conclusion that dynamic websites are the wrong way to go for a blog, but that’s the topic of a whole other article. For now, if you want something easy to setup and well supported, WordPress is the dominant player. But how do you make it fast?
Sometimes all you need is to encrypt your web traffic. Here’s some services that may be useful to you:
WordPress is great, but it’s certainly not fast. There are tools to help, but it really doesn’t resolve the fundamental performance problem. There’s lots of talk about static web generation now, though it’s definitely not ready for “prime time.” Here’s a random list of resources related to static web site generation:
Here’s a random list of useful tools to validate your websites:
Everyone these days can put up a website. My mom, the lady that never wanted to touch a computer when I was growing up, has a blog. But what makes you, the user, want to use a website?