"There's not an easy way.
You'll just have to make sure when you upload images that you upload them in the correct size. The image of you in your sidebar is bigger than what's being displayed, so that's taking extra time to…"
"I plugged your site into http://gtmetrix.com and there a few other things that I would check into before worrying too much about combining CSS and JS files.
A huge win would be to right-size your images and install a caching plugin, or use a…"
"I don't think there's a super easy way to do this. The main reason for so many files is because plugins and themes load CSS and JS files separately.
Could you provide a link to your site? I'd be happy to provide suggestions to speed…"
"I use a service called e-junkie to sell my digital products.
I upload the PDF document to my WordPress site and then sell my material through e-junkie. Once someone pays, then I will send them an email where they have access to the PDF.
"The easiest way is to add them to your WordPress media library, much like you'd add an image to your site.
Once you upload the PDF, it will give you a specific URL which you can use in an email message for someone to download your…"
"I've found that sometimes the files will get changed but the date codes will "look" like they've been modified years ago. That makes it hard to find these files AND it's probably why WordFence didn't pick up on them."