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Speed up your WordPress site with 5 quick effective ways

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There is a fact that no one wants to visit a website requiring more than three seconds to load and from a survey, it is revealed that 40% of them will immediately abandon and never come back. With giant Google, site speed is also a factor for them to rank your website. If your site takes a long time to load, don’t hope that it will be ranked at a high position. So, what can you do? I will suggest you 5 quick ways to improve the speed of your WordPress site, hope it satisfies your demand.

1. Using a Great Caching plugin

Your WordPress site contains static images, CSS and Javascript that rarely change, you can make your site snappier with browser-side caching. Caching involves storing parts of your site, customers just need to load one time instead of every time a user visits your site. It is actually convenient for return customers as well as the one who visit several pages on your site. Web owners usually use WordPress plugin caching W3 Total Caches like Mashable, Smashing Magazine, Web Designer Depot, and WPBeginner. They are promised to shorten loading time ten times in overall site performance when being fully configuring.

2. Compressing image

Images are usually the largest files on a site so if you do not compress them, loading time on your site will increase significantly. WP, now managed and supported by WPMU DEV, automatically strips metadata from JPEGs and removes unused colors from indexed images. besides, you can also use another great tool that is Tiny PNG, The Lazy Load plugin allows you to only load images above the fold when a new visitor arrives at your site. Images load once a user starts scrolling down the page. This technique will not only speeds up page but also save bandwidth for users.

3. Minifying HTML, CSS and Javascript

It can be explained briefly that you remove all white space from code as much as possible. With web developer, spaces and tabs make the code more readable, but they seem not to make sense with servers and browsers as long as the code is valid and executes without error. Therefore, you can use plugin’s like WP Minify and W3 Total Cache to handle this at runtime.

4. Cutting Down on HTTP Requests

When someone comes to a page on your site, there are corresponding files sent to that person’s browser including CSS files, images, and Javascript library references. That’s sound simple but they will take you a lot of time to load. You can reduce the number of objects in your site’s pages by minimizing the number of HTTP requests required to render a page. You can do it by combining files such as scripts and CSS and simplifying the design of your site.

5. Optimizing Database Tables

You can consider optimizing Database Tables as defragging your computer or changing the oil in your car, that’s the process to make your database running smoothly. You can manually use phpMyAdmin or with a plugin or WP-DBManager that allows you to optimize, repair, backup and restore your database.

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