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  1. #31
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    ways to reduce page load time

    "Choose a performance-optimized hosting solution.
    Compress and optimize your images.
    Cache your web pages.
    Enable browser caching.
    Use asynchronous and defer loading for your CSS and JavaScript files.
    Minify CSS, JavaScript, and HTML."

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    Enable browser caching to minimize page load times for returning visitors.
    Use responsive images to improve loading efficiency. Each HTTP request made to the server adds to the page load time.
    Decrease the number of elements on a page Like: scripts, stylesheets, and images to minimize HTTP requests.

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    Use a CDN like cloudflare to speed delivery of your site. They offer a free plan which will work unless you have a large volume of traffic.

    Defer loading resources out of the viewport, especially js and css resources that can stall processing content in the viewport.

    Lighten image size with compression and use next gen image formats. Consider as well how much of your traffic is mobile versus desktop. If the majority of your traffic is mobile, you can reduce the image size and resolution significantly to speed image delivery. If you have a mix of both devices, make sure you can serve different files responsively.

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    Focus on three strategies to shorten page load times: 1) Compress images using WP Smush or tinypng.com to reduce file size without losing quality. 2) Minimize redirects to reduce extra HTTP requests by making your top-level domain resolve with minimal redirects. 3) Enable caching via server settings or plugins like W3 Total Cache/WP Rocket so browsers store copies of files from your site, reducing server workload.
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    Quote Originally Posted by intqc[dot]in View Post
    Top three ways to reduce page load time are
    1.Minimize Javascript, CSS and HTML. There are a lot of online tools available to do this.
    2.Reduce image size. https://eldfall-chronicles.com/produ...soga-factions/
    3.Avoid CSS and Javascript block rendering. https://www.viberate.com/music-analy...ata-analytics/
    Above things play the vital role in page load time.
    Absolutely, you've highlighted some crucial factors in optimizing page load time. Minimizing and optimizing resources like JavaScript, CSS, and HTML can significantly enhance loading speed.
    Last edited by Tyler1763Max; 01-10-2024 at 02:58 AM.

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    You will get better suggestions from the page speed checker website like google insights, GTmetrix, etc

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    This is a good suggestion. Those tools will give you recommendations specific to your site, which is more useful than generic suggestions that may not apply.

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    optimize your image using best image compressor tool online www.seotools.fyi

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    To reduce page load time and enhance user experience,
    1) optimize images by compressing them without compromising quality. This reduces file sizes, speeding up image-heavy pages.
    2) leverage browser caching to store static resources like images, stylesheets, and scripts locally on a user's device, minimizing the need for repeated downloads. This significantly accelerates subsequent page loads.
    3) minimize HTTP requests by combining and reducing the number of external files, such as stylesheets and scripts. This streamlines the loading process, decreasing the overall page load time. Implementing these strategies not only improves website performance but also contributes to higher user satisfaction and increased engagement.

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