CloudFlare is the perfect dynamic DNS host because, unlike the other major ones, CloudFlare is completely free. Unfortunately if your ISP dosen’t allow use of a static IP, maintaining regular internet uptime can be quite annoying. Using a curl/systemd based solution to check and renew my IP if it changes works well with my Ubuntu/Linux box.
There are a couple of ways to add Google Fonts to your WordPress site. But everything has its cost. And so it is important to understand that adding Google Fonts to your WordPress site affects speed and performance.
No-IP is a dynamic DNS service that is very reliable and easy to use. If you have, like my current setup, a home server box connected to your internet service provider and do not have a static IP, then you need to use dynamic DNS service to periodically check for changes to your IP address and update the Dynamic DNS database to reflect that change.
The WordPress default system “virtual” cron requires visitors to execute events. During each page load, it checks the database if there are any scheduled tasks to run. Without visitors, cron will not be prompted. This method is very inefficient and adds additional resource usage to your server. This tutorial will help walk you through replacing WordPress cron with a Linux cron job.