Accelerate WordPress Website

Minify HTML, CSS and JavaScript

In other words, take away all white space from code where possible.

White spaces and tabs make code more readable for servers, humans and browsers could not care less as long as it’s convincing and executes without error.

Instead of manually sifting through your code, plugins such as WP Minify and W3 Total Cache can manage this at runtime.

Use a Great Caching Plugin

If you have static images, CSS and JavaScript on your website that seldom change, browser side caching can make your site more concise as it depends upon the web application techniques you followed.

Caching engages storing parts of your site so they just require to be loaded once rather than every time a user visits your website. Caching is mainly useful for your return visitors, plus others who visit some pages of your website.

W3 Total Cache is an accepted caching plugin for WordPress employed by sites like Mashable, Web Desinger Depot and WPBeginner. The plugin guarantees a 10 times betterment in overall site performance when configured properly.

WP Super Cache is a easy-to-use option and you don’t require being a server expert install it.

Optimise Database Tables

Optimising your database tables is like defragging your computer or changing the oil in your car – it will assist in emptying space and keep your database running effortlessly.

You can optimise your database tables yourself using phpMyAdmin or with a plugin.

WP-DBManager lets you optimise, mend, backup and repair your database.

There is also WP-Optimize, one more database cleanup and optimization tool. This plugin also allows you take away post revisions, un-approved comments and items in trash and comments in the spam queue.

Reduce HTTP Requests

Each time someone visits a page on your site, the equivalent files should be sent to that person’s browser, taking in images, CSS files and JavaScript library references. So if you have a HTML file, five JavaScript files and eight images, two CSS files, that’s a total of 16 files that require to be loaded.

By decreasing the number of objects in your site’s pages, you can reduce the number of HTTP requests that are needed to deliver a page, accelerating up load times.

One way to do this is by making the design of your site simpler, and combining files such as CSS and scripts. The minify section in W3 Total Cache lets you include your CSS and JavaScript files so you can combine them into one file effortlessly.