There’s a lot on information on how to make your site work faster on the Internet. We are going to list certain general recommendations below, as well as recommendations for your e-store or corporate website.
- It’s important to choose a speedy hosting for your site. Cheap hosting usually isn’t the fastest one and is not a hosting basically.
WordPress, WooCommerce and the themes need resources. A $3..9 / per-month host most likely won’t have them, and your experience, as well as our support duty, will turn into a nightmare.
We usually recommend WordPress hosting plans which are optimized for WordPress.
- You can use caching plugins.
We recommend acuiring and activating one of such plugins after your site’s development is over.
Most important ones are:
- You can use CDN.
Here are some of the popular CDN service providers:
- You can optimize your images.
Images usually are the “heaviest” part of your website and take the most time to load. Reduce your images’ initial sizes online or offline before uploading them to your site.
These are some of the popular online services for image size reduction:
http://www.punypng.com/These are some of the popular offline applications for image size reduction:
- For Windows:
- For Mac:
- You can optimize you database.
The essence of database optimization is deleting drafts, not used (deleted) elements, such as spam comments etc. from your database.
These are some of the popular plugins for database optimization:
- You can minify your css and js
After your site’s development is over you can minify all your styles and scripts
Online services for css:
http://www.codebeautifier.com/Online services for js:
https://wordpress.org/plugins/bwp-minify/Useful links on the matter:
- You can use Lazy Load libraby
With Lazy Load technology user is going to load only those images of your site which he sees in his browser window. Thus your site’s load speed will decrease.
Here’s the plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/bj-lazy-load/