How to decrease website Load time ?

Marc0

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Hi everyone,

I checked on pingdom and my website loadtime is over 10s, it's rather slow and I want to improve my website load time.
anyone here can show me some ways or solutions to decrease load time for websites.

I think this problem here more people are caring about it.

any suggestions ?
 

robert

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Don't use too much pictures on your site because it makes the website load time slow. Also try to clean up your CSS. I hope my advice will help you.
 

queldorei

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First tell us what kind of CMS were used for your web-site? And what kind of hosting used?
 

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Marc0
I'm using bluehost and type of cms that I am using, it's wordpress, one site made by me (hand code). do you have any ideas ?
 

Marc0

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wp is hard php programm for weak server
what hosting plan you use on bluehost?
Professional web hosting package but sometimes, my sites down time about 1 to 2 hours and I didn't like bluehost alot
 

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As per my opinion I would suggest you Don't use too much images on your website because it creates the web page full time slowly. Also try to fresh up your CSS with latest updates.
 

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You should first check the reasons for increased load time. One of the common reasons is too much usage of images. You should avoid usage of flash. Don over use ajax.
 

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Don't use too much pictures on your site because it makes the website load time slow. Also try to clean up your CSS. I hope my advice will help you.
 

GarryKerr

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I have some suggestions to reduce website loading time for all of us
- Make landing page redirects cacheable
- Remove query strings from static resources
- Avoid bad requests
- Serve resources from a consistent URL
- Optimize Your Images
- Compress and Optimize Your Content
- Place JavaScript and CSS in External Files
 

andonoxi

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Maybe too much java script. From what I remember, it's in the header should be only the names of functions, and all the scripts at the end of the page, it was later affected the efficiency of loading the page.
 

hudafaeq

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Ask your host customer support team why is the host take to much time to load.

If they say the error is from your end then check the website on google speed test and resolve issues suggested by google speed test.
 

drwebsitesuk

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try to use low res images then high res images. its will load faster.
 

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Nope, using low revolution image can make your image low quality and terrible for viewers.
Do you know way to make images still keep high quality for web and still keep website load as well? :D
 

mehrishaly

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Gzip your website it will boost your website speed 10 times better then before.
 

spaul8808

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If your website loading time is very slow then it negative for the SEO purpose because according to the google's guideline our website loading time should not less then 60ms. For increasing your website load time you can avoid heavy images like HD images, remove unused code from your site.use small size images. Use predefined functions avoid user defined functions.
 

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we can only tell you general precaution, but to know the real issue with your website, you need to visit gtmatrix or any website for evaluating the reason of slow loading for your website. You will get a report about why it is slow and then you fix that exact issue.
 

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GTmetrix does an excellent job at identifying what needs to be corrected in order to improve the download speed of websites. WooRank is another excellent resource.
 

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I would recommend checking out a cache plugin, like wp super cache, 10s is a rather long time.
 

bradvictor1

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By reducing the wight of site using low no of flash in your site and small weighted size images. This way your site get better speed.
 
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