Creating a user in MySQL or MariaDB and granting permissions to him to access a specific database and be able to write data on it is a very usual task that is necessary to perform each time you install a new application based on any of these database engines, like web applications running on top of LAMP stack. Whether it is a simple WordPress, or a more complex application tailor made, one way or another you will always have to complete these steps at some point before its deployment.
DanielHow to create a user in MySQL/MariaDB and grant permissions on a specific database
One of the most targeted goals when optimizing a website for page load speed is to get a good score on Google PageSpeed Insights test. But it is not enough to work hard on optimization, achieve a good score and go to sleep. It is essential to periodically monitor score changes as a website evolves and undergoes changes over time which affect this metric.
Here’s a little script that will allow you to automatically track Google PageSpeed Insight score and be alerted if it falls below a custom value.
DanielScript to automatically monitor website Google PageSpeed Insights score