The ‘capital_P_dangit’ is a small piece of code that was added to the WordPress core just before WordPress 3.0 was released. It changes all instances of “Wordpress” (notice the lowercase “p”) to “WordPress” in areas where content is shown on the site. The code, written by Matt Mullenweg himself, was committed to WordPress without a Trac ticket, so it wasn’t left open to community discussion beforehand.
Remove query strings from static resources is a common warning which you find while checking the loading time of your site in GTmetrix or any other related tool. Google uses page speed as one of it’s ranking factors, so you must have a closer look the all the aspects which are slowing down your site.
Machete version 1.5 is fresh out of the oven and it is it’s biggest release ever. Apart from some minor fixes and a much needed code cleanup, I’ve added a function often missed in WordPress: the maintenance mode.
With Machete’s maintenance mode you can restrict public access to your site while you keep on working on it normally. It’s really useful if you site is still in development or your are making big changes to it.