Caching is one of the most important ways to improve the load time of your website. Users are likely to bounce from a website that takes too long to load.
With WordPress now being commonly used by a large number of businesses and individuals for developing a website, this content management system has included a number of plugins for caching.
Before proceeding to take a look at some of the fastest WordPress cache plugins for 2018, let us first understand the terms plugin and caching. Continue reading WordPress Cache – The Best 5 Plugins in 2018
In the virtual universe, patience is not a virtue. Even a delay of one second will dramatically reduce the page views. Customer satisfaction will be fewer. Conversions from leads to clients will sharply drop. The site’s organic search rankings will also be negatively affected. Many search engines have written algorithms which include site speed in its computations.
Size is the decisive factor when it comes to loading a web page. Browsers take time when they download the specific code which makes up the page. It must download the HTML, the scripts, the stylesheets and the images. A lot of time can be needed to download such large amounts of data. This can be difficult as the resource files of any website will continue to increase so that users get attracted more to the website. Every added feature must have a new stylesheet or script which makes the website a little heavier than before.
The images occupy maximum bandwidth space. It slows the download speed. The primary method to optimize the images is to scale them down. A lot of webmasters use large images. They then scale the images down by using CSS. The problem is that the browser continues to load them as if they are at full image size. Continue reading Design a Fast Loading Website