Here are a few quick ways you can ensure your website is loading as fast as possible.
1.) Make sure your images are optimized for web. The smaller the image size (without sacrificing quality), the better.
2.) Make sure you have some form of Caching enabled for your website. Websites are generally viewed hundreds, thousands, or sometimes even millions of times per month. Normally, each time a browser requests a web page, the server has to do a bunch of complex (and time consuming) calculations. It retrieves the latest posts, generates the header and footer, finds your site’s sidebar widgets, and so on. However, in many cases, the result of all these calculations will be exactly the same. Wouldn’t it be great, then, if we could simply make the server remember the final result, instead of processing each request separately? This’s exactly what caching does!
3.) Take a closer look at your web host. The back-bone and engine of any fast loading website is going to be the server that is hosted on. If you have fully optimized your website and your website is still loading slow, it might be time to find a new server for your website.
Remember, most people nowadays will accessing your website from mobile, so your website needs to be lightweight in nature.
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