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how to speed up my wordpress web sites for desktop and mobile?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shenski, Feb 20, 2017.

  1. shenski

    shenski Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    how to speed up my wordpress websites?

    now speed 70 for desktop and 50 for mobile
     
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    Hi Shenski!

    There are quite a few easy ways to speed up your website through free plugins that WordPress offers.

    The most popular ones are W3 Total Cache which helps with things such as optimizing your sites browser cache, page cache, setting expiry headers and much more!

    Also you will want to implement an image compression plugin such as Imagify which is great and very user friendly!

    I hope this can be of help and wish you the best of luck with your online ventures!

    Warm Regards,
    Mark
     
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  3. CyberHour

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    0. Get faster hosting
    1. Get clean theme
    2. Don't overtake it with random plugins that you don't need or don't work.
    3. Enable gzip/cache/minify
    4. Optimize your images
    5. Cloudflare

    Good luck
     
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    Clear all the javascripts you don't use. Most themes come with all the javascripts but not all are used if you don't use the full template all the time.

    Lazy load images and remove all plugins you don't use - helps with security as well.
     
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    Go and install a simple theme with less scripts & css. Use lazy load, async jss and autoptimizer plugins. Config the plugins and it will do the rest.
     
  7. Kashif Raza

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    Few things you can look
    1. Optimize your Database
    2. Optimize your Page Size
    3. Reduce the number of HTTP request as low as possible
    4. Go for Caching plugin
    5. Set expiry time for caching plugins
    6. Optimize Images
    7. Minify JS and CSS files
    8. Optimize your Above the Fold Content content
     
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    I would also suggest ot use a cache plugin. That will bring the best speed.
     
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    which one, imagify or wp smush sir?
    thank you