How to increase site speed

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How to increase site speed
« on: 10-07-2020, 23:55:22 »
I have my site on wordpress can anyone suggest what I can do to increase my site speed to enhance user experience


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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #1 on: 10-14-2020, 22:37:55 »
Share the URL so that we can get what exactly is the problem.

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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #2 on: 10-14-2020, 23:21:56 »
Asking for "incrementors"?

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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #3 on: 10-15-2020, 22:33:43 »
Here are some of the many ways to increase your page speed:

-Enable compression
-Minify CSS, JavaScript, and HTML
-Reduce redirects
-Remove render-blocking JavaScript
-Leverage browser caching
-Improve server response time
-Use a content distribution network
-Optimize images

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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #4 on: 10-16-2020, 02:43:46 »
To increase the website speed, we've optimized image size and other points suggested by developers and tools.
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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #5 on: 11-01-2020, 22:12:09 »
Website speed has a huge impact on user experience, SEO, and conversion rates. Improving a website's performance is essential to drawing traffic to a website and keeping site visitors engaged. Here we take a look at the steps that developers can take to make a website faster.

Test site performance

A website speed test measures how well a website is performing. Checking a website regularly can help developers track performance improvements. Speed ​​tests should also help developers identify some or all of the areas that reduce website performance, and where there are areas for improvement.

There are many high quality site speed tests for measuring performance, many of them free. WebPageTest.org (which is partnered with CloudFlyer) has a number of free tests and details about how quickly the individual elements of the page load are generated. WebPageTest.org also allows developers to test websites for different devices and network connection speeds.

Google also offers Page Speed ​​Insights for detailed performance testing. Google Chrome Devil Tools can help developers evaluate the performance of their site. The Network tab shows all HTTP requests, how large the requested assets are, and how long it takes before requests are processed.

Use CDN (Content Delivery Network)

CDNs increase the speed of websites by capturing content from multiple locations around the world. CDN caching servers are usually located near the end user host, or compared to the actual server. Instead of the route to the hosting server, the content requests go to the CDN server, which can be thousands of miles away from the user and more than one independent network. Using a CDN can greatly reduce page load times.

Improve images

Internet traffic includes a large number of images, and they often take the longest time to load on a website because image files are larger than HTML and CSS files. Fortunately, image optimization can reduce image load time. Improving images usually involves lowering the resolution, compressing the files and reducing their dimensions, and many image optimizers and image compressors are available online for free.

Minimize CSS and JavaScript files

Manipulating code means that you do not need a computer to understand and follow the code, which does not require a computer, including code comments, white space, and unnecessary semicolons. This makes CSS and JavaScript files smaller so they can load faster in the browser and consume less bandwidth. By itself, the reduction will only result in a minimal speed improvement. However, if implemented with these other points, it will result in better performance of the website.

If possible, reduce the number of HTTP requests

Most web pages require browsers to make multiple HTTP requests for different assets on the page, including images, scripts, and CSS files. In fact, many web pages will require dozens of such requests. Each request results in a visit to the server hosting server, which can increase the overall load time for the web page. Furthermore, with resources loaded from many different providers, the problem in one of the hosts can affect the web page's ability to load faster or not at all.

Because of these potential issues, the total number of assets required to load each page should be kept to a minimum. Also, a quick test can help identify which HTTP requests are taking the longest. For example, if images are causing a page to load slowly, developers can quickly find an imaging hosting solution (such as CDN).

Use browser HTTP caching

Browser cache is a temporary storage space where browsers store copies of static files so that they can load more recently viewed web pages faster, instead of repeatedly requesting the same content. Developers may instruct browsers to cache webpage elements that do not change frequently. Instructions for browser caching go to the hosting server's HTTP response header. This greatly reduces the amount of data that the server needs to migrate to the browser, and frequently shortens the time for users who frequently visit specific pages.

Minimize the inclusion of external scripts

Any scripted web page elements that are loaded from elsewhere, such as external commenting systems, CTA buttons, or lead generation popups, need to be filled with page loads each time. Depending on the size of the script, it may slow down the webpage, or cause the webpage to not load at the same time (called 'content jumping' or 'layout shifting' and in particular May cause frustration for mobile users).

If possible, do not use redirects

Redirect is when visitors to a web page are redirected to a different page instead. Redirects add a second, or sometimes a fraction of a second, to the page load time. When it comes to building a better-performing website, every second counts. Redirects are sometimes unavoidable, but should not be used unless necessary.

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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #6 on: 02-03-2021, 04:51:17 »
Enable Caching. ...
Remove Resource-Hogging Plugins and Add-ons. ...
Optimize and Reduce the Size of Your Images. ...
Minimize Your Code. ...
Use a CDN.

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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #7 on: 02-08-2021, 01:05:03 »
Here are some ways to increase website speed:

Enable compression.
Minify CSS, JavaScript, and HTML
Reduce redirects.
Optimize images.
Remove render-blocking JavaScript.
Improve server response time.


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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #8 on: 02-08-2021, 01:50:45 »
Pagespeed Insights from Google will help you a lot in optimizing your website pages to improve its page loading speed. However, most of the implementations will be handled by the developers of the website.


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Re: How to increase site speed
« Reply #9 on: 02-09-2021, 00:08:58 »
There could be a number of reasons why your site load time is lagging. It could be anything from server load time to image size to the number of redirects you have. That means there are a whole bunch of steps you can take to improve page speed.

With that in mind, let’s get started.

1. Minimize HTTP requests.
2. Minify and combine files.
3. Use asynchronous loading for CSS and JavaScript files.
4. Reduce server response time.
5. Choose the right hosting option for your needs




 

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