Akaash asked 4 years ago
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Anand answered 4 years ago

Your Website page load time decides whether a visitor to your site will explore further or not. In fact, more than 83% visitors expect a web page to load in 3 seconds and more than 40% visitors abandon a web page if it takes more than 3 seconds to load. Here are some simple steps to help you speed up your page.

  1. Minimize image size to reduce your page loading time. Remember, high resolution images are heavy and usually absorb more bandwidth and take longer to process.
  2. Use a Content Delivery Network. It is a system of distributed network that deliver webpages and other Web content to a user based on the geographic locations of the user.
  3. Reduce the number of plugins. Plugins add specific features suggested by third parties. Unfortunately, the more plugins are installed, the more resources are needed to run them. As a result, the website works slower.
  4. Minimize the number of JavaScript and CSS files. If your website contains a lot of JavaScript and CSS files, it leads to a large number of HTTP requests when your website visitors want to access particular files. These requests are treated individually by visitor’s browser and slow down the website work.