Knowing how to improve your website’s performance is important. Popular tools that help you in this are: Yslow, Pagespeed, and WebPageTest.org to diagnose poor Web page performance. For more information on using tools to determine site slowness, see Website speed tests.
The post discusses main issues responsible for making your website slow. Read about them to know how they relate to your website.
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An increased time to 1st byte means your website is running too many SQL queries or non-optimized SQL queries which can also include server-side calls to third-party APIs.
If you’re a WordPress user, there are a number of plugins you can check out to decrease the number of database queries and speed up your website. And if you are not using WordPress then you need to check and optimize your database then use some website cache functionality. For this, you may buy expert’s support via firstname.lastname@example.org on per hour per terminal basis. Continue reading What Is Increased Time To 1st Byte? How It Affects Your Website’s Speed?
WP Super Cache is a popular and featured cache plugin, officially developed by WordPress core programmers and Automattic team. The plugin can be used everywhere such as on shared hosting plans, VPS and dedicated servers.
It powers WordPress with a very fast caching engine that produces static HTML files to better your loading time and reduce resource usage.
When HTML files are generated, your webserver starts to serve those files instead of processing PHP queries. Hence, less resources are used and website loads faster than before.
These static files are served to majority of your visitors, but when a user’s details are shown in the comment form, as they leave a comment then in that case requests are handled by the legacy caching engine.
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WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache are two most popular cache plugins for WordPress websites. Both plugins are designed to generate cache of your website in order to make it fast and perform better on world wide web.
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There are many cache plugins site owners use for making their website fast and reducing resource usage and the common problem that comes is they do not know (cache plugins like W3 Total Cache and WP Super Cache) when a widget is updated and hence even after you make changes in your website widgets, they keep on showing that old content. In most WordPress cache plugins, caching system is no smarter when it comes to updating widgets.
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Now you can easily delete old & expired transients from your WordPress site’s options table (
wp_options), and prevent them bloating your database and slowing down your website.
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Cache is basically a component used for storing data transparently for fast processing of requests. Data stored in cache can be the computed values or duplicates of original values stored somewhere else. If data is stored in the cache then requests are served simply by reading the cache which is comparatively faster. This tutorial explains you how you can enable cache for Gravatars of your WordPress site.
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Caching helps you to speed up your WordPress site and hence gives better user experience. Actually caching creates copy of webpages as static ones, then saves it on server including cached database queries and when your site visitors requests page they get cached page from the server. This reduces the use of resources and makes pages to load fast.
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