Sunday, 5 November 2017

How to make website load faster in wordpress

Make website load faster wordpress

How to Make websites Load Faster in Wordpress
How to Make Websites Load Faster Wordpress?
It’s one of the questions in my mind when I saw my site yesterday. Oh now, my sites are too slow. What is the problem? I think it too many images in my post. I compare my posting within a lot of images and less one, and I got different loading time. So, the problem is images.
Many people using pictures or photos on their blogs. It can help readers get the inside more easily. It can make your article or content more interesting too. Of course, when you optimizing images for the search engine, it can be a good traffic source too.
But, as you know, sites loading will become a problem when we using excessive images. It’s will more slowly. Should we care about it? Absolutely right, we must care about it. Or you will lose your visitor, traffic and finally lost money. Logically is when we are visiting other people’s blog which has slow loading time, what we will do? I will leave the sites and visit a new site in new tab.
I have some contents with a lot of pictures inside, especially when I posted about WordPress themes. So, what I must be supposed to do? How to make sites loading more faster? Now, I want to share my experience when tried to increase my sites loading yesterday.

How to Make Sites Loading More Faster

  1. Don’t use too much JavaScript.

    Almost webmasters using JavaScript to make an attractive site. You can put nice slider, picture gallery and many else with it. Also, some Adsense program using it, like Google Adsense, AdBrite, Infolinks, etc. To many installed JavaScript, of course, will make your sites more slowly. So, I suggest you remove the unnecessary ones.
    I have removed some several Adsense programs from my sites, like Google Adsense (Ad links type) and Info link. I decided to remove when I saw my earning stats. Just little bucks that I got from those ads.
  2. Using images optimizer plugins.

    It’s a must when we have a lot of images in our posts. I have use three plugins, WP, WP Parallel Loading System, and YS images lazyload (Server Side). It’s really cool.
    WP is a free WordPress plugin to reduce image file sizes and improve performance using the API. Every image you add to a page or post will be automatically run through behind the scenes. You don’t have to do anything different.
    YSLazyload lazy picture, only loaded after DOM elements finished, and to determine the current window to load and save your bandwidth resources. Since changes in the service side image src attribute, so compatible with all browsers.
    WP Parallel Loading System is a WordPress plugin that will enhance the loading efficiency of your Blog. This plugin will boost the loading time of your Blog. The more images you have the more it will improve.
  3. Using WP-Optimize Database Optimizer.

    All bloggers were to know that every time we save a new post or pages, WordPress creates a revision of that post or page. If you edit a post 6 times you might have 5 copy of that post as revisions. Imagine if your post or pages are long and big.WP-Optimize a WordPress database cleanup and optimization tool. It doesn’t require PhpMyAdmin to optimize your database tables. It allows you to remove post revisions, comments in the spam queue, un-approved comments within few clicks.
  4. Define image height and width with tags.

    Height and width tags tell the browser exactly how large the image will be so it can load other elements of the page while the image loads. If you do not define the image size, the browser must wait for the image to load before it can load the text.
  5. Using CSS Sprites

    Why it can be reduced sites loading time? CSS Sprites is a way to reduce the number of HTTP requests made for image resources referenced by your site. It gets the image once, shift it around and only display parts of it, saves the overhead of having to fetch multiple images.
    Try to use CSS Sprite generator to make it for your website.
There are just a simple ways to reduce your site's loading. Maybe if you have other tips to make sites loading more faster, please share it with us in the comments, we’d love to hear your thoughts!


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