How to decrease page loading speed in Wordpress website?
Sometimes, your webserver is an important factor to have a fast loading website. Example, websites that are hosted on a dedicated server or VPS tend to load faster than those which are hosted on shared hosting. Besides the server, you can try cache plugin like w3 total cache, compress your images before uploading is a big help too. Update all your files so they are updated and can run with the latest wordpress files at ease too. Cheers.
by Smithy92 - 14 minutes ago
Every website is different, look at the hosting and use the P3 Plugin Profiler to see what is slowing your site down. This is the guide i used to fix my site: http://www.adamvowles.co.uk/tutorials/super-fast-wordpress-blog/
by Jemima - 14 minutes ago
You may need a simple tutorial what you can do in 10 mins but will speed up your site a lot http://wp2x.com/speed-up-wordpress-in-10-steps/
by Clark - 14 minutes ago
decrease script code
by Gem - 14 minutes ago
Hey Buddy, You might get some help from http://webhostingsecretsonline.com Best Regards
by ✔ Elexy - 14 minutes ago
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by Bilal - 14 minutes ago
Have good hosting. Test plugins with the P3 Performance Plugin. Use SmushIt to reduce file size of images. Read article below for more details
by Jonathan Jones - 14 minutes ago
There are too many wordpress sites with 10 second load times, which has a detrimental effect on bounce rates and search ranking. Often the bottleneck is the separate mySQL database server, a caching plugin overcomes this to an extent, the w3 total cache plugin mentioned previously can offload your assets to Amazon AWS to provide faster data tansfer. The all-in-one-seo plugin is known to be a cpu hog, that some hosts ban, better to use a newer seo plugin design. There are Wordpress optimized hosts that provide better load speed, but they are expensive.
by Jake - 14 minutes ago
I agree with the answers above - your web server may cause the problem. Check the information with your hosting - how fast is the server, where you host the website. Feel free to change your hosting to the one which works faster.
by Emma - 14 minutes ago
You can search in various search engine and get better answer.
by Dorothy - 14 minutes ago
You need to install a Lazy Loading plugin or lazyload. That allows your website to only load the images that can fit on the screen. So if you first load the site, only what fits on the screen will be loaded in to memory. If you scroll down more, then those image will be loaded as they scroll up your screen, but not before then, only when they are needed. http://blog.templatemonster.com/2012/04/06/lazy-load-wordpress-plugins/?utm_campaign=Mass+TM+Newsletter+2012-04-06&utm_medium=email&utm_source=mjefferson96%40hotmail.com
by mjefferson96 - 14 minutes ago
Sometimes, your webserver is an important factor to have a fast loading website. Example, websites that are hosted on a dedicated server or VPS tend to load faster than those which are hosted on shared hosting. Besides the server, you can try cache plugin like w3 total cache, compress your images before uploading is a big help too. Update all your files so they are updated and can run with the latest wordpress files at ease too.
by Eliza - 14 minutes ago
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