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Old June 18th, 2017, 12:46 PM
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How to increase my site speed?

I am using WordPress on my website and the speed of the website is really bad.

Can you guys give me some good ideas on how to optimize the website so that I can increase the speed?

Looking forward to some good Ideas..

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Old June 28th, 2017, 06:48 AM
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Try to minify your css files. Try to compress those codes. It'll surely help you in page load speed.

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Old July 3rd, 2017, 03:11 AM
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Hai, Try minimising your image files, CSS files. This will be helpful

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Old July 8th, 2017, 02:10 AM
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Depending on the your website technology, the speed optimization tools may differ. Standard way is to minify html, css and js and then compressing images to smaller size.

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Old September 22nd, 2017, 02:45 AM
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It does not matter what technology you are using on your website. Use GTMetrix tool to check your site speed. It will give you some insights. Work on those insights or hire a company to work on the required areas. You will definitely improve the website speed.

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Page loading speed issues.

Yeah gt metrix is great , gives a whole list of possibilities , but another option is to goe to your browser > developer tools > network tab > record and then reload your website with ctr f5 , there you will see a waterfall covering everything from render blocks to ttfb slow server response times all in real time.

But for the most part the number one culprit for speed is incorrect use of images eg scaling images is costly , nort setting a height on an image is bad practice , using source or picture function for responsive design , could cause all the element to load even if they arent being displayed in that view width.

With the browser tool you will see if you other versions of images are also loading when they shouldnt be.

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There is good and free plugins for wp like Autoptimize (for html, css and js optimizing) and WP Fastest Cache, which can increase your site speed. Think about security plugins too, wp is often hackers target.

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I second the note on gt metrix its really good . Just to appease the google gods also make sure you are good on page speed insights...

adding to what has already been listed :
compress js files.
Compile css files into one file of possible ,
Reduce the number of http requests ,
Serve image at the correct scale and compress,
Look for render blocking java or css scripts and defer them.
Enable keep alive on o your server if possible ,
Check your hosting providers time to fitst byte - it should be around 200ms ... if over 300ms you are going to suffer as google ranking weighingin more on this factor regarding "speed" ( response ) for websites studied by moz,
Look into using a content delivery network

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Hi friends, If you used a WordPress website, Installed WP Fastest Cache or W3 Total Cache Plugins and follow its instructions. Your site perform smarter.

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How to increase my site speed

You are minify your Html,Css,JS and resize your images So your website loading speed will be very good And you can improve many Traffic on your website.

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