Support » Fixing WordPress » How to Fix The Speed of my Website – (Tried Everything)

  • baronefoc

    (@baronefoc)


    Hi,

    I have a removals website crated on a premium wordpress theme but the site is extremely slow. I tried everything to make it faster but without much success.

    I have installed Autooptimize, WP Fastest Cache, WP-Optimize, Yoast SEO, W3 Total Cache and many more free and premium plugins but my website pages are still loading for over 2 – 3 seconds. I even hired a freelancer to optimize the theme itself but again – without luck. Then I have migrated the hosting to another hosting provider because was advised that the hosting is not good enough. After so many tries and fails I’m desperate now and don’t know what to do. So if you can help me I will be very grateful.

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  • aCstudent

    (@acstudent)

    As others have said, your speed looks decent and optimization looks pretty good – at least on your home page. Caching is the quickest win when speeding up a site, if you are not caching now. Server-side caching (e.g. Varnish or especially LiteSpeed), if your host offers it, is awesome. Free CloudFlare distributed global caching is also awesome – even more so if you use a cache everything page rule. Free plugins like W3TC or Comet Cache are perhaps a bit less awesome but a huge improvement. Combine a server-side cache or plugin with CloudFlare for best results.

    aventodesigns

    (@aventodesigns)

    There are tons of factors that influence how long each page on your site takes to load, so there are many different steps you can take to increase your speed and improve user experience.

    In fact, if you’ve worked on your site speed in the past, your site may already be in line with some of these best practices.

      Minimize HTTP requests
      Minify and combine files (use Autoptimize Cache)
      Use CDN and reliable cloud hosting
      Enable compression & start optimizing the images
      Reduce the number of plugins you use on your site
      Reduce redirects – having too many of them can negatively impact speed
      Reduce server response time
      Optimize mobile version.
    Moderator Andrew Nevins

    (@anevins)

    WCLDN 2018 Contributor | Volunteer support

    @aventodesigns, Thanks for the support, we just have to ask you not to link back to your site.

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