Speed optimization

You can lose a lot of visitors if your website is not fully loaded in the first three seconds.

You should keep that in your mind at the very beginning of your website development and do your best to keep the data intensity at the lowest level possible.

Our vision is to help make the internet a faster and user-friendlier environment but there are too many websites. That's why we share a few tips with which you can make your web presentation load faster. Both users and search engine bots will love it.

You can use one of these tools to test the data usage of your website:
PageSpeed Insights, Web Page Test or Pingdom.

  • Code minification

    You can minimize all the source code (HTML, CSS and JavaScript). You can lower the data consumption to half by removing all unnecessary symbols and comments.

  • Image compression

    Compress all the JPG and PNG images well. Do not use PNG if you don't need a transparent background. Use mainly SVG format for vector images.

  • Faster rendering

    Place the data-heavy JavaScript at the end of the code, before the ending </body> tag. Prepare critical.css and load other styles asynchronously after the page is loaded. You can also minimize the number of loaded JavaScript and CSS files.

  • Reliable hosting

    Run your web presentation on a quality hosting with a quick response and good availability. Activate caching and compression on a server side. Run your web with a safety certificate idealy right on HTTP/2 protocol.

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