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How can I optimize the website speed?

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My website's loading time is very slow. I want to reduce its loading time, Please any one guide me that how to optimize the website speed?
Jan 7 '15 #1

✓ answered by praneed

First thing you have to do is optimize the image size, the images on your site take up a lot of your page size and can eventually affect the loading time of your page.

Next avoid text graphics,

Avoid Unnecessary Plugins, A site that requires plugins may slow your page loading speed.

Avoid Redirects, Avoiding redirects increases serving speed.

Optimize browser caching, Every time a visitor loads a site, your web page’s image files, CSS and Java files load as well, thus taking up a lot of page load time.

Minify JavaScript and CSS, which is the process of removing unused characters from the code which helps to reduce its size and the subsequent loading time.

If you are a web developer follow these tips or hire a fine web developer.

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Exequiel
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is your website is already uploaded online or just localhost? because if its just in your localhost and its loading slowly, maybe your packages that you used to your website affects its loading speed,
Jan 8 '15 #2

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First thing you have to do is optimize the image size, the images on your site take up a lot of your page size and can eventually affect the loading time of your page.

Next avoid text graphics,

Avoid Unnecessary Plugins, A site that requires plugins may slow your page loading speed.

Avoid Redirects, Avoiding redirects increases serving speed.

Optimize browser caching, Every time a visitor loads a site, your web page’s image files, CSS and Java files load as well, thus taking up a lot of page load time.

Minify JavaScript and CSS, which is the process of removing unused characters from the code which helps to reduce its size and the subsequent loading time.

If you are a web developer follow these tips or hire a fine web developer.
Jan 8 '15 #3

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Minimize the size of external javascript and css files and if you more files, try to combine them. Use GTmetrix tool. Compress your images. Reduce the web page size. Enable Gzip.
Dec 10 '15 #4

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1.Image Optimization
2.Reduce HTTP Requests
3.Minify CSS and Javascript
4.Critical Path and Render Blocking Resources (CSS + JS)
5.Reduce Latency with a CDN
6.Time to First Byte (TTFB)
7.Avoid 301 Redirects
8.Caching
9.Prefetch and Preconnect
10.HTTP/2
11.PHP7 and HHVM
12.Web Font Performance
13.Hotlink protection
14.Enable Gzip Compression
15.Infrastructure
16.Fix 404 Errors
17.Serve Scaled Images
18.Database Optimization
Jan 21 '17 #5

Yanisori
P: 30
Methods depends on what CMS you use. Firstly find more suitable CDN-service. There is free service Cloudinary. And search for image cdn service, if you're needed. Secondly choose some PageCache plugin. For popular CMS there are a lot of them. And then you need JS/CSS minifier-combiner-optimizier. Also the choice is quite huge.
Feb 10 '17 #6

olso234
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Enable browser caching
Mar 1 '17 #7

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