Website Performance2018-05-17T12:39:45+00:00

This Is What Goes Into A Performance Ready Website.

Image Optimization

The process of compressing, lazy-loading, and re-sizing large images on your website.

How Does This Help You?

Images are the largest part of your website, by optimizing them with compression and lazy-loading, you reduce your overall page weight.

CDN Integration

Takes copies of your files, downloads them, and then serves them to your users.

How Does This Help You?

In short, it reduces latency. Your files will be served to your users from a server that is closest too them. Not a server 1000 miles away.

MySQL Optimization

The process of caching your website's database queries and cleaning up database bloat.

How Does This Help You?

Your database is the back-bone to your website. By cleaning it up on a regular basis, you can reduce your website’s time to first byte.

Minify and Combine

Rewrites scripts, styles, and text based parts of your website to reduce overall file size.

How Does This Help You?

By having your website’s server use minified and combined assets, it can deliver your website’s assets to your users faster.

GZIP Compression

A file format that allows you to compress (make them smaller) your website's text files.

How Does This Help You?

Compression is enabled via your web server through a variety of methods and it helps deliver your website’s text files to your users faster.

Server Side Caching

The process of caching pages, database queries, and objects in memory or as HTML files.

How Does This Help You?

The biggest benefit of server side caching is reduced response time when generating a complex page on your website.

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