How to Optimize Website to Speed Up.
Website page speed is the most important factor for your online presence. First, it is an important factor in SEO. Secondly, it will give users a valuable experience. The question is, how to speed up the loading of the website itself?
Our discussion this time will be long. Because it will discuss how to improve site performance from various factors. Especially the WordPress-based web.
You probably won’t finish it in one go, so be sure to bookmark this page. For later you can forward it back when there is time.
So, make sure to implement key measures that have a high impact on your site/blog’s access speed.
Specifically, the rate at which a website loads.
The speed of a website may be improved in nine key areas. Indeed, this method will have far-reaching consequences. Exactly where might one expect to see a significant increase in page speed? In addition, there are other methods of enhancement to consider.
A search engine optimized website should load in under three seconds. Consistently meeting this standard is crucial. A sluggish site will not only hurt search engine optimization but will also lose readers who have come to expect instant gratification.
Here’s the most crucial thing you can do right now to boost your site’s performance in case you’re eager to get going.
Consider Using a Dedicated Server:
Your site’s hosting is its lifeblood. Enhanced hosting capacity has the knock-on effect of facilitating quicker page loads. If you can’t make it through this section on your own, then you, well, failed.
You may use any other method you choose. If the base is a high-performance host, though, the result will be much more spectacular. Hosting providers may be changed with no effort.
For web hosting, I rely on Name Cheap. To this day, I still have sites under my management that are hosted in Indonesia. Web hosting services like Hoster Commerce, DewaWeb, RumahWeb, etc.
So far, I’ve experimented with a wide variety of hosting services. That’s a lot of testing, so I can confidently state that. No, I’m not going to provide that information here. You shouldn’t cut ties with your hosting providers’ business associates because of this article.
Use the Caching Function
What is the number of 5230 multiplied by 13 divided by 2?
To know for sure, you may need a calculator, so sure the answer is 33,995.
And when now you are asked again what is the amount of 5230 times 13 divided by 2?
This time it is clear, and you can answer it instantly. Because you have stored that amount in your memory.
That’s how caching works.
When someone visits your website, it will run many processes, until it finally appears in the form of a page that you can see. Without caching, this happens every time people visit a page of your website.
That is, you have to use the calculator every time you get the same question. Repeatedly. And it makes it a long time ago.
With caching, your site will require page access time once. And then the system saves it. Like you store the number 33,995 in your memory. Then when someone visits your site again, a cached copy is served immediately. Without the need to run all the processes from scratch.
Makes sense, doesn’t it?
If the answer is yes, let’s talk about how to use this chacing. To take advantage of this great technology on your website.
High-performance hosting and caching will have a great impact on the site’s page speed. And this is the most important speed feature your site needs.
If it’s ok. This means that we immediately talk about how to deal with other slow websites.
Mandatory to apply the next 3 steps:
Once you’ve set up the caching plugin, now switch to your site image.
If you don’t optimize your images, your site will never achieve perfect loading speeds.
Images can be a huge bottleneck in loading time, so it’s about three ways to optimize images on a site.
The first way to optimize an image is to compress it.
Compress your images:
Many tools can be used for image compression online and for free. I occasionally wear jpeg compressor.
The tool can shrink the image file size by 70%. And that is without affecting its quality. The bottom line is, you can display images on your site with faster loading times, without degrading the quality. It’s cool – seriously!
Lazy Load Image system activation:
You should set up a lot of time to read this article since it contains many images.
It’s safe to assume that you’ve been here for at least a minute if you’ve read this far.
How very foolish it is to force you to wait until the whole picture loads when you first visit this website, given this information.
At first, all you have to do is check out the image of the opening sequence. To put it simply, it is the pinnacle. You may skip to the next image now. Lazy Loading allows you to load just the picture that is currently visible on the screen. On the initial visit, just the top picture will need to be loaded. In this way, the remaining photos are loaded on the subsequent pass as you scroll down the page.
Minify your files:
When talking about file size, we seem to be talking about load. So compressing an image means reducing the load.
The idea is that reducing the load on the site will make it load faster. That means also reducing the file size. In any form.
Minification is a programming term that means compression for text-based files. You compress the image and make the file smaller.
Loading files with CDN
The Internet is magical.
This is a computer network and the connections in this network are all physical.
It may seem strange to think about it, but the distance between the server where your site content is stored and the location of visitors is very important.
If your server is located in Jakarta and someone from Tokyo Japan visits your website, it will take longer for the files to be accessed than if someone else in Jakarta visited.
I said it was weird to think about
So, what if you keep a copy of your site on a server in Tokyo as well? Doesn’t that make it faster for visitors to Japan?
And that’s exactly what CDN does.
CDN stands for content delivery network and it’s a network of servers that store cached copies of your website around the world.
This way, no matter where someone is when they visit, there is a server near them to deliver your site content.
When you first enable CDN, it doesn’t seem helpful if you live near your host’s home server. What’s more important is how fast the website loads for the rest of the world.
By implementing these tips, you can significantly improve the speed of your website and provide a better user experience for your visitors. Remember that website speed optimization is an ongoing process, so be sure to regularly monitor your website’s performance and make any necessary updates.