How to decrease website Load time ?

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For reducing any website load time, do html code optimization, focus on content area, Use images to explain anything in a better way because A picture is worth a thousand words. You have to choose the correct format of images for your website. Keep your interface and design simple, define height and width properly and use clean CSS.
 

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You could try to compress your css and html and decrease the amount of external links also try to minimize the amount of pictures you have per page and if you can you can use a CDN to improve the speed of the website.
 

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You should perform the website optimization techniques to improve the speed of website. You should optimize the images, databases, scripts. Because website loading depend on how heavy is your website that how much time images, databases, scripts are taking to load.

You can also make sure that there should be minimum redirection applied for the site. One more point is, server uptime and response speed. Your server should be maintained properly so server uptime will remain consistent and site will load properly.

Here are some more tips for you -

Make fewer HTTP requests
Use a Content Delivery Network
Optimize images
Minify JavaScript
Minify CSS
Minify HTML
Avoid / Minimize redirects
Enable gzip compression
Inline small JavaScript/CSS
Put CSS in the document head
Avoid bad requests
Minimize request size
 

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I would like to know more about these factors

How to check HTTP requests on my sites and decrease that?
Use https://tools.pingdom.com/

To decrease the amount of requests, try to combine files or to load less assets.

Avoid / Minimize redirects
What is it?
redirection is : https://yoursite.tld to https://www.yoursite.tld
So, if you try to load assets without using www when you have a redirection from non www to www, it will make your site slower

Inline small JavaScript/CSS
Why it is better than putting into a javascript file?
https://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/InlineCSS


What are bad requests and how to avoid that?
Requests to a non existent url. If you delete an image but don't remove the link on your page.
 
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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 ?
Check with your hosting provider
to see what kind of package you
have. A shared hosting account
often involves sharing server space
with dozens of other companies
where website speed is getting
slowed down by the number of
people using the servers. It's better
to consider a dedicated plan where
you have sole access to the server.
 
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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 ?
Hi it may be time to consider a new hosting package. You might be sharing server space with dozens of other companies, and the speed of your website is affected by the number of people using that server.

It might be time for you to consider dedicated hosting, where you alone have access to the server.

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 ?
Oversized images take longer to load, so it's important that you keep your images as small as possible. You can crop your images to the correct size and you can also reduce the color depth to the lowest acceptable level.
 
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Maximize the pictures in very pages and dont use too many images. Try also to optimized the site. Goodluck
 

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A moderate site could be the aftereffect of numerous issues. Another web host could take care of the issue, or utilizing a CDN could be the fix.

We have to take a gander at the numerous conceivable situations…

Maybe your site is realistic overwhelming? For this situation a CDN would help, yet more vitally you ought to advance the pictures to lessen the document measure.

Your web host could be over-burden, making the server be moderate. To settle this you could investigate another web facilitating organization, or maybe your current host could move you to another web server.

Your site could be ineffectively modified. This can happen even with well known programming like WordPress or Drupal, in the event that you include an excessive number of modules.

At long last, it's conceivable it is your home association. Here and there you may simply have a poor course to your facilitating organization making the site stack gradually for only a determination segment of the populace.



HTH!
 
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Google speed checker may also help this , but i rather used a low resolution image it can reduce the load of the website
 

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Mihai B.
To solve this with Google PageSpeed Insights, you can need to save all your images to your PC, using Photoshop and using "Save for web" in Photoshop for all images and re-upload to your website. Besides, you also need a fast web hosting, this considers as the the most important factor to help your website load faster.
 

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Hi @Marc0 I would suggest you to use any tool like Google PageSpeed Insights to see what should be improved on the website. You would also use W3C's Markup Validator to find our what has to be improved on the website code.
 
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There are a few things you can do to optimize your website. You can optimize and reduce your image size using tools like Compressor.io or another one. You can change your hosting provider, use a content delivery network (like CloudFlare, for example), You can use LiteSpeed web server, which improves website speed and performance. Get rid of the plugins which you no longer use and this will make your site faster.
 

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There is no one touch solution for this issue. We have to deal with issues one by one and one site at a time. As you know, html files are having more speed than php ones. Many wordpress sites will use cache like so that it will genarate html files to reduce the load time.

The above mentioned are many such solutions but if there was any particular site which you wish to know we will be able to help more on this with some detailed answers
 

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By reducing the size of images, videos you can lightweight the site. Also, loading time depends on the web hosting servers location. If your hosting server is near to your websites audience location then there your loading speed can bebe increased.
 
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Optimize the images and install an caching plugin. Alternatively, analyze your site with Google PageSpeed Insights, which will create a report for how to speed up your site.
 
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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 ?
Hi Marc,

Hope you are doing well!

Nice to meet you via forumweb.hosting I am new here...

I am going to share some useful information with you regarding your query. I hope it will helpful for you.

Simple steps to help you shave off a few seconds from your site’s loading time.

  • Optimize Caches improve Page Load Time
  • Trim Down JavaScript Parsing to achieve Ideal Page Load Time
  • Do Away with Redirects and Improve Website Speed
  • Minify JavaScript & Style Sheets to Speed Up your Website
  • Apply CSS3 and HTML5 to Improve Page Load Time
  • Minimize Image Size to Reduce Average Page Load Time
  • Use Content Delivery Network to Improve Average Page Load Time

Thanks,
Alana
 
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