Nobody wants a slow website. We analyze and optimize your website using GTMetrix and Pingdom Speed Tool to maximize website conversions. These are the speed optimization best practices that we apply for websites.
FAQ on Website Loading Speed
Do take notes that in certain cases, minification may cause website layouts styles and looks “broken”. More information at Developers.Google.com
Compress and reduce website images while not reducing the resolution (quality) of the image is no longer a secret. You can choose either lossy or lossless optimization with up to 90% compression rate.
This is helpful when your sites contains lots of images and videos in a single page. Images and videos are loaded only when they have to be displayed on the screen of visitors (users). This fasten the website loading. If your website has little images and images compression are done properly, then this is not a necessity steps.
Leverage browser caching
This generally means that you can specify how long web browsers should keep images, CSS and JS stored locally. In that way the visitors’ browser will download less data while navigating through your pages, which will speed up your website loading.
Example of the codes: ExpiresByType image/png “access plus 4 months” , ExpiresByType image/jpeg “access plus 4 months” and etc.
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