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5 Thing Will Speed Your WordPress Website

WordPress is one of the best CMS for easy website designing,but its speed is very slow and also default theme is slowing the speed of the wordpress site.

Why Speed is important?

In that time blogging is one of most important part of any student/professional blogger life to earn some money during there study/job, but if we will get first rank in google search result then speed is the most important factor of any website, because user want a website which has good content+speed, So if our website speed is good then it will sure that we will get good money in some time…

How we can Measure our site Speed?

we know that google is the one of the fast search engine in compare to the other search engine expect scinet(“According to announce Jan 28 2015 news”) . So google will provide lot’s of tools by which we will analysis our site users,return users, quality etc. among of them Google page speed insight is for measure our site speed, This tool is very good because it is not only giving the site speed status but also it is will us which is part of your site is breaking your speed … So check you site speed right now 

Speed your Site

As i explained you that why speed is important, So now it time of speed our site. Only 5 thing will increase your site score form 65 to 99. Fews days ago i was tested my site score that time i am using wordpress 4.1 default theme Twenty Fifteen which has designed for blogging but this theme loading speed is very slow. So that i was searched about how i will speed my site then i got 5 thing by which i can do this …. So now i am explaining you about these 5 things. Let start

  1. compress your website

    When you compress a file on your computer as a ZIP file, the total size of the file is reduced, making it both easier and faster to send to someone. Gzip works in exactly the same way but with your Web page files.

    Once installed, Gzip automatically compresses your website’s files as ZIP files, saving bandwidth and speeding up page-loading times. When a user visits your website, their browser will automatically unzip the files and show their contents. This method of transmitting content from the server to the browser is far more efficient and saves a lot of time

    While some plugins will add Gzip to your website with the click of a button, installing it manually is actually very simple. Open your .htaccess file (found in the root directory on your server), and add the following code to it:

    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/plain
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/xml
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/xml
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/xhtml+xml
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/rss+xml
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/javascript
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/x-javascript

    Once you’ve added this snippet of code to .htaccess, test whether Gzip is working on your website by running Check Gzip Compression.

  2. Choose the Good theme

    A Website will attract user by there design/theme, but the theme is heavy and its css is not minify  then it will take so much time during loading. So choose good theme and for that i recommended to Frank theme . Frank is a open source fast wodpress theme ..

  3. CDN (Content Delivery Network)

    Content is third very important stuff of any website. If your content delivery service isn’t good then it will down your website speed 45% . So i recommend to you to use CDN service for example cloudflare, Google drive these are open source best CDN for ever website …


    Pingbacks and trackbacks are methods used by WordPress to alert other blogs that your posts link to. While sometimes interesting, they can be a drain on page speed and are usually better turned off. You can turn them off under the “Discussion” tab in “Settings.”


    Linking to your style sheets as close to the top of the page as possible is widely recommended because browsers won’t render a page before rendering the CSS file. JavaScript, on the other hand, should be as close to the bottom of the footer as possible because it prevents browsers from parsing anything after it until it has full loaded.

    In the majority of cases, this simple fix will improve page-loading speed by forcing files to be downloaded in the optimal order. But it can cause issues on websites that rely heavily on JavaScript and that require JavaScript files to load before the user sees any of the page.


Now mobile Internet usage is overtaken desktop usage.  Users now expect websites to be lightening fast, and developers who don’t comply will ultimately lose out to developers who invest in delivering a great experience. 🙂 😀

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