An Overview

A fast server with enough resources like CPU, RAM and SSD disk storage represents only 50% of a website’s speed. More important, is to have a highly optimized page that will be able to load as fast as possible.

Slow websites get fewer traffic and experience high bounce rates. Studies show that people expect a website to fully load in the first 2 seconds. If your WordPress site partially loads during that time, you probably have already suffered a negative impact on your SEO (organic ranking in search results) and conversions.

Onpage Speed Optimization Service

We use third-party tools to test, update and optimize your website to achieve the fastest loading speeds. We guarantee your site to load within 3 seconds and score “A” on Google’s PageSpeed Score.

Tips to Improve Website Speed

If your website has lots of images or large images then they will take time to load. Knowing the optimal size and file type (keeping a good quality) to save your image will dratically improve your website’s speed.

According to benchmarks, PHP 7.3 is almost 10% faster than 7.2 and 7.2 runs 13% faster than 7.1 and 20% faster than 7.0. It’s 250% faster than PHP 5.6, which over 50% of users still have not updated from.

Each request that your website makes to the server to get a file the more it will slow the loading of the page down. So the more requests you make the slower things will be.

Many people forget to compress their JavaScript, all those spaces, etc add up and on large files can use lots of space. Even more so these days now that JavaScript libraries such as jQuery and mooTools have become widespread.

Almost all websites will have CSS files with a couple of hundred to thousands of lines of code. Each tab, space, additional comma, line break, etc adds to your file size. So we check and delete any unnecessary characters or sentences.

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Please send your doubts/queries or quotation requests to sales[a] and we will reply within 2 working days.