Almost every search engine tries hard to bring users an excellent user experience similar to Google. A fast web page improves the quality of an overall site and enhances user satisfaction. Everyone deserves a fast web experience. Here are tips to optimize your blog or website’s loading time as follow:
Prefer a CDN
A CDN (content delivery network) is a blend of different web services stead across various locations for delivering content to users more efficiently. The server chosen for providing content to the users is entirely based on the network proximity measurement.
When you choose a server with fast response time or minimal network hops, they load from various servers as per the region of visitors. The following image brings you an excellent opportunity to compare the CDN hosting process with common web hosting.
Minify the codes
Eliminating CDATA sections, empty elements, HTML comments, and whitespaces will reduce the page size of your site. Apart from that, it also reduces the network latency as well as speed up the site’s load time. Many online tools are available to compress and optimize the codes so you can pick and use the right one to get best results.
Occasionally to specify the new place of your URL, reserve several domains, connect the various portion of a website together or track clicks, you require redirecting the site browser from a particular URL to another. The redirects process triggers an additional HTTP request as well as adds latency. Just keep redirects that are technically essential, and you never find any other key for it. Here are the recommendations of Google as follow:
- Do not reference URLs in a page which is known for redirecting to some other URLs
- Do not need more than one redirect for getting to the given resource
- Reduce the count of additional domains that offer redirects but never truly serve content
You too can use few plugins to optimize your blog or website’s loading time:
1.) Comet Cache:
This plugin is used to automatic cache clearing, define cache expiration time, this plugin will enable GZIP Compression. all these features of this plugin will decrease website’s loading time.
This plugin is used to optimize HTML code, optimize JAVA code, optimize CSS, and will do inlining of all CSS. All these features of this plugin will optimize your blog or website’s loading time.
3.) WP Smush:
This plugin is used to optimize all images and it is a free tool for bulk image optimization. This plugin will optimize all old images as well as whenever you will insert any new image it will optimize that image automatically.
Install all these plugins and activate and save their settings to best optimization of your website and check websites Desktop and mobile loading speed with Google page speed insights you will definitely find your websites loading time optimized.