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    How Can I Improve Website Load Time

    Hi guys,

    I am running a website ( Wordpress ) which is struggling with load speed issue. I discussed with this issue with developers they ask me to install auto optimiser plugin for speed faster. I installed many auto optimiser Plugin they overwrite CSS. There is any plugin which can improve website speed.

    Please test my website and give me some tips to improve website. URL is: http://www.usedoilrefineryplant.com/

    Thanks

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    I use Firefox.
    Opened your site, hit F12 which opened web developer in Console . I See lots of errors
    Selected the network tab and did the performance analysis. 42+ seconds to open and most of the time is tied up up in the 51 js , about 35 seconds worth. And the css, sure i8s not helping.

    You want your site to open in 3 seconds or less.
    You need to read and heed this, if you want customers
    https://blog.kissmetrics.com/loading-time/

    HTML errors 39 some of which are fatal
    https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=htt...ryplant.com%2F

    CSS Errors (229) Warnings (1496)
    https://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/...rning=&lang=en

    The site needs lots of work.

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    Moved to the correct forum.

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    Website Speed Test Results
    It's not terrible speeds, but you've definitely got room for improvements. After running some tests on Agility (my app), I've noticed that improving the following should result in noticeable speed improvements.
    1) Compress images. You can reduce image sizes on average 40-50% by compressing them while also keeping most of their quality. I recommend http://compressimage.toolur.com/ for this. Smaller images will result in faster loading.
    2) Minimizng HTML, CSS, Javascript. This is pretty much just making your existing code as small as possible while keeping all the same logic. There's several plugins that can do this for you. I would recommend https://wp-rocket.me/ as they provide other functionalities that improve speed as well.
    3) Use a CDN like Cloudflare. This can help speed up loading content on your website by caching them globally. Cloudflare also provides some additional security with using their service https://www.cloudflare.com/
    4) Use a better website host. Sometimes website hosts might use outdated php versions which could slow down your website. I would recommend https://www.siteground.com. They automatically set up Cloudflare for you and they also use the latest versions of php. Their customer support is also phenomenal.

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    Optimize website speed using following techniques

    1. Minify CSS, Images and js files.
    2. Reduce the number of plugins you use on your site.

    Check out this website, we were having the same problem.
    https://www.rockrush.com

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    On my broadband connection, it took 32 seconds to full load.

    1. Try to convert the JQuery you use in to actual JavaScript then you reduce the need to load JQuery which is on average 1/4 MB each page load and many people load more than one JQuery Framework and end up loading about 1/2 Meg of library to do some simple things that could be done with a combination of CSS and/or JavaScript

    2. Only load in the resources needed for that page.

    3. Process the images so that their content is what is considered "Net Ready" because despite people thinking that the world runs on broadband, it doesn't, your connection is only as good as the number of users on your branch, so any bottlenecks will be evident by the slow speed, you can help reduce that by reducing the amount of backend content you need to get the page running smoothly, less dependence on a library / framework like JQuery means more response, JavaScript does not need any kind of library loading. So your JavaScript is going to execute faster than having to wait for JQuery to load and become ready for use.
    --> JavaScript Frameworks like JQuery, Angular, Node <--
    ... and please remember to wrap code with forum BBCode tags:-

    [CODE]...[/CODE] [HTML]...[/HTML] [PHP]...[/PHP]

    If you can't think outside the box, you will be trapped forever with no escape...

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    Hey. I agree with all posts but you can check the article - http://sliceart.com.ua/blog/how-to-s...ove-conversion It is short and useful. Just don't want to overwrite it, but it was helpful for me. Kind of overall of the possible problems and solutions for increasing the speed. Definitely, you should do something with speed because it is the main thing nowadays.

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    Can look at what google recommends
    https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/
    They will show you what need to be changed and how.
    All kinds of plugins for minify and compressing images ..

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    Minimize HTTP Requests
    Reduce server response time
    Enable compression
    Enable browser caching
    Minify Resources
    Optimize images
    Optimize CSS Delivery
    Prioritize above-the-fold content
    Reduce the number of plugins you use on your site
    Reduce redirects

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    I will prefer to go with google's page insight.

    https://developers.google.com/speed/...om&tab=desktop

    You will have lots of useful things here..

    The other thing, you will need to improve server response time ( Not sure if you are on shared hosting or have control on your server), optimize MySQL server, Use fast processing handler like php-fpm, mod_lsapi etc..

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    Try to reduce the size of the CSS file which is used on the website and use the minimum size images on the website. So that the load time of your website will automatically reduce. You may also reduce the number of plugins in your site.

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    I am recommandng Some Suggestion you can do that.

    Compress images: You can reduce image sizes on average by compressing them while also keeping most of their quality.
    Minimizng HTML, CSS, Javascript: This is most important thing, you just making your existing code as small as possible while keeping all the same logic.
    Reduce the number of plugins on your site.
    Use Cloud Hosting, Or some better hosting.

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    Hi,


    My suggestion is you can follow the google speed test tools suggestion and optimize your website as per google suggestion. It is the best way to improve your website loading speed.

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    Hi, following tips may help you to improve your web site load time

    1. Reduce the redirects of your site
    2. Optimize your site images
    3. Reduce the usage of plugins on your site

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