Disabling (or configuring correctly) your site’s DNS prefetching option allows you to save immensely on bandwidth as described in this article.
To learn more about DNS Prefetching:
- Use WordPress’ builtin plugin installation system located in your WordPress admin panel, labeled as the “Add New” options in the “Plugins” menu to upload the zip file you downloaded
- Extract the zip file and upload the resulting “browser-dns-prefetching” folder on your server under
All you need to do after that is navigate to your blog’s administration panel, go in the plugins section and enable Browser DNS Prefetching.
In order to personalize the available options, check in WordPress’ “Settings” section under “DNS Prefetching”
For more information, see the “Installing Plugins” article on the WordPress Codex.
Any technical requirements?
- You will need PHP5. PHP4 has been officially discontinued since August 8 2008. If this plugin gives you PHP errors (T_STATIC, T_OLD_FUNCTION), you should strongly consider upgrading your PHP installation.
Contributors & Developers
“Browser DNS Prefetching” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
Interested in development?
- Initial release