Infographic: 7 divine considerations for improving page load speed

Infographic: 7 divine considerations for improving page load speed

Page load speed is one of the mission critical aspects when it comes to improving the user experience of your website. A good loading time not only benefits in terms of quicker conversion, but also stops hampering the SEO and brand image.

So, how to ensure a best in class user experience? Read our 7 tips after the jump:

Improving page load speed

Lessen the HTTP demands

As indicated by Yahoo, 80% of a website page’s heap time is used downloading bits of the whole page – pictures, features, templates, and so forth. That being said, improving your design and put less segments on every page helps. Lesser the parts, less the HTTP solicitations and quicker the site. JS and CSS Optimiser is an extraordinary plugin to lessen the quantity of HTTP appeals.

Utilize a CDN

The client’s nearness to your web server has an effect on reaction times. Sending your content crosswise over numerous, geologically scattered servers will make your pages stack speedier from the client’s viewpoint. 75% of the retail destinations according to one of the studies don’t utilize CDN.

Empower program reserving

Verify that the catchable assets like JS, CSS documents, media records, and so forth are situated to be lapse for a base 1 week to a most extreme of 1 year as indicated by the RFC rules. Reserving the programs, on consequent visits in any event the page loading timing will be amazingly fast. WordPress Plugins like W3 Total Cache along with other pulgins like WP Super Cache and Quick Cache can enhance reserving and consequently lessen page stacking times.

Dodge Redirects

Embedding a redirect between the client and the HTML archive slows everything in the page. Maintain a strategic distance from 404 mistakes particularly as every HTTP solicitation will add on to an expense.

Minify the unnecessary code components

Wipe out additional spaces, line breaks, and space in your code so your pages are as lean as would be prudent. According to Google, evacuating unused CSS yield speedier page speeds. You can minify the code utilizing CSS minifying apparatuses like YUI Compressor and JS minifying devices like JSMIN. Advance the CSS sprites. Arrange the images and other elements in the sprite on a level plane rather than vertically which typically reduces the document size, consolidates comparative colors and enhances load times.

Use compression

22% of the retail destinations according to one of the reviews don’t utilize compression. Diminish the data transfer capacity of your pages by utilizing compression. It is normal that by 2016 normal size of one page will be 2mbs. Lessening data transmission with apparatuses like Gzip can diminish the page download time by 70%.

Diminish the DOM components

The Document Object Model (DOM) is an application programming interface (API) for substantial HTML and generally shaped XML reports. A high number of DOM components can be a side effect that there’s something that ought to be moved forward. 500-700 DOM are okay, yet nothing more is great.

To know more about such optimization tips and to enhance the page’s loading time to 3 seconds or less, check out our infographic here.

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Hedley Fulton

March 16, 2015

The first step to having a successful website is having good web design. If you don’t have quality web design on your page no one is going to want to stay on your site. I think that it is a good idea to have your site checked by a lot of people before you publish it. By focusing on this aspect of your site you can get a lot more people on your page. This can also improve website speed.



September 18, 2015

Hi Wes,

That is strange mate, because you don’t know I exist and I feel like I know you very well (that’s your awesome podcast’s fault! :) )

I wanted to share something after scrolling through this post. Scrolling is a keyword here ;)
I know you are all about SEO and stuff. You must be doing something well if you rank high for such competitive terms being white hat. Or..? Well you never mentioned any dodgy techniques on podcast :)

Here we come to the point. User experience.
You know, I was listening to ALL of your podcasts at work for last 2-3 weeks, but never actually visited the site, so finally I did and somehow I landed on this very post (btw. 2 seconds is more than acceptable limit – – they know what they are talking about, you can trust me on that, I do SEO for living, just trying to break through to more arty side of life and do designs and stuff)

Anyway, I said that “scrolling” is a keyword. I was really trying to read all the info packed in the infographics, but I gave up after few seconds. Both on pc and mac. It is just hard to read mate. Infographic by infographic without a second for eyes to rest. Yet on hi-res screens they are really narrow. cmd+ is my friend but still hard to read.

This is your reader and listener moaning session only. I’m your loyal subscriber and won’t give up because of such details, only thought that I can help you to improve.

Yup. Great show mate (I think I’m in love with Mikelle, hash! My wife can’t see this!, but I love her voice). Keep it up chaps

Hahaha, I hope I haven’t burned all bridges to get in touch with you in the future by saying all that stuff.

Great site mate, great content and awesome podcast
Take care

Kind regards


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