WordPress Website Optimisation Service

According to a study, 1 in 4 visitors would abandon a website if it takes more than 4 seconds to load. 46 percent of users don’t revisit poorly performing websites. Website owners have a mere 5 seconds to engage visitors before they consider leaving.

About This Service

Why Optimise?

Leverage Browser Cache

Browser cache or temporary Internet files are a way that browsers download website images, data, and documents for faster viewing in the future.

Enable Compression

Webpage content is compressed when it is send or received over the Internet resulting in faster transfer and using less bandwidth.

Lazy Loading Images

Lazy loading defers the images from loading unless they are visible in the initial render. This allows you to have richer, longer pages while keeping the performance of the page as fast as possible.

Optimise Database

Your database grows in size as your website grows. Optimising your database will remove any unnecessary data, decrease the size of your database, and allow it to operate faster.

Minify CSS & HTML & JavaScript

Minification is the process of removing unnecessary characters like comments and whitespace from the source code. These characters are extremely useful in development, but they’re useless for the browser to render the page.

Optimise Images

We use lossless compression to optimise your images without losing any quality. Once implemented, images uploaded in the future will be automatically compressed.

Eliminate Block Rendering CSS

Render blocking CSS delays a webpage from being visible in a timely manner. Every one of your CSS files delays your page from rendering. The bigger your CSS, the longer the page takes to load.

Reduce Page/Post Revisions

We have a list of malicious usernames used by hackers and spammers. We add that to a list for immediate blocking

Combine Requests

The amount of requests your website calls out for CSS and JavaScript will be reduced by combing them resulting in lower load times

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