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no URL to your site.
no speed stated now
no service provider at all stated, or is these your bare metal servers? IDK no URL told so can learn that. (I know how)
I create a ticket there tell them to give me more bandwidth,
I pay and bingo, just 1 step, is this hard to understand.?
why not call your service provider and tell them what is the charge for more bandwidth.? no really. like everyone else does.
or is only YOUR PC slow and not the other 8 million, users.www
Posted on Jan 22, 2020
1. Use a Good Web Hosting Plan
It really all starts with choosing the right WordPress hosting plan with the right hosting company. Even before talking about speed, you must have a reliable company with solid and reliable hardware to host your website. If you site is unreliable, it doesn't matter how fast it performs. Visitors will run away and never come back. Do your homework and check out user reviews for hosting companies.
Getting back to speeding up your website, most hosting companies, such as Bluehost, offer a range of hosting plans, starting with inexpensive shared hosting and moving up through virtual servers, dedicated servers, and cloud servers. The prices increase as you move up through the different types of hosting, but the number of resources dedicated to your website also increase. While it is OK to begin with shared hosting when you are just starting your site, be sure to regularly track your traffic volume and resource usage so that you can upgrade to a better hosting plan before visitors start noticing your site being sluggish.
2. Enable Caching
Simply put, caching is the technical term for storing data in a temporary storage area. This improves a site's performance since a lot of a page's content is already prepared and available and does not need be fetched and processed in order to be displayed for a user. It also reduces the load of various system resources on your server.
We recommend you use the caching plugins provided by Bluehost, that are built to work best in that environment. You can find these cache settings in the performance page of the Bluehost plugin or WordPress section of the control panel.
If your site is not a WordPress site, enabling caching is more complex and beyond the scope of this article. In either case, you should discuss caching options with your hosting provider, since they will often have recommendations based on the optimizations they have implemented on their end.
3. Use a Content Delivery Network
Bluehost offers the TrueSpeed CDN inside the control panel.
4. Optimize Your images
As users come to expect higher quality images on websites, image size becomes more of an issue for page speed. Most images can be reduced in size using either graphic-editing tools or plugins without a web user noticing any reduction in quality.
Optimize Your Website's images With These 3 WordPress Plugins Here are the important things to remember:
As you might expect, there is a selection of plugins for WordPress websites, such as WP Super Minify and Better WordPress Minify, which will automatically minify your code for you. If you need to do it manually, tools like the Closure Compiler or the set of minify tools at Dan's Tools can help. Also note that many CDNs and caching tools offer built-in minify support.
Testing and Digging Deeper
There is really a lot more to site optimization than what we've discussed here. However, these are five steps that will give you the "most bang for the buck." For those of you who want to learn more and/or further optimize your website, I'd like to leave you with a list of three popular performance analysis sites (all with very useful free versions). These tools will run a series of tests on your site to identify performance issues and direct you as to how to correct them.
Each of these sites will run different tests and display the results and scoring in different ways. They are generally easy to understand and offer clear explanations and suggestions.
Jackie Goldstein is the Chief Content Manager for HostAdvice.com, responsible for managing, editing, and developing high quality content for the website. His background includes software and website development, as well as online marketing.
Posted on Jan 22, 2020
Hello there are many ways to optimise your magento website:
try to follow the google page insight recomendation :
·you too load many fonts file on your website (there are 6 fonts), please filter only font that you used.
·minify your css and js file that you used.
·merge your css and js file you can do this on the backend your website.
·optimize your image since I get .png file that have 1mb size (that size is too big for just one image)
·for slider image you can use jpg or jpeg format that have more little size instead using png file.
·enable gzip compression on your apache server, by follow this article
the most crutial things I think on the image and the fonts, js and css file. > 10 mb for load one page I thinks it's very not efficient.
Hope this helps
1.First I see in your slider, the images are so big and not optimized 1.80 Mo and so on, it's not good.
2.It depends to your server configuration.
3.Did you enabled the cache ?
4.You can also merge css, js (admin config)
5.Optimized custom code, check if you have optimized your custom code, exemple many loads, not optimized collections select, filters etc... foreach etc...
Posted on Jan 22, 2020
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