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5 popular recommendations to speed up your website that don't work [WordFest Live 2021]

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5 popular recommendations to speed up your website that don't work [WordFest Live 2021]

  1. 1. 5 popular recommendations to speed up your website WordFest Live 2021 that don't work
  2. 2. ● WordPress lover since 2010 ● Speeds up WordPress websites every day ● Loves spaghetti with tomato and basil ● Swims 4,3 km per hour freestyle Sabrina Zeidan
  3. 3. What happens when a web page loads:
  4. 4. animations sliders chat bot messaging payment newsletter videos social sharing analytics another analytics ads sign-on comments one more analytics
  5. 5. 1. WordPress core 2. Your theme 3. Your plugins Where those requests are coming from:
  6. 6. 5 popular recommendations to speed up your website that don't work WordFest 2021 [Online]
  7. 7. Site #1: News Portal ● 515 requests ● 4,031 kB
  8. 8. Site #2: Dogwalker’s site ● 17 requests ● 1,306 kB
  9. 9. > prevent WordPress from making additional requests > disable unused plugins > combine requests = Reduce the number of requests 5-4-3:
  10. 10. Why it didn’t work?
  11. 11. 5. Prevent WordPress from making additional requests Why it didn’t work?
  12. 12. 5. Prevent WordPress from making additional requests
  13. 13. 5. Prevent WordPress from making additional requests
  14. 14. WordPress 5.6 ● 9 requests ● 42 kB ● 2.0s Largest Contentful Paint ● 2.6s Fully Loaded no caching, no optimization technics at all, shared hosting and free SSL certificate
  15. 15. 4. Combine CSS and JS into a single separate file Why it didn’t work?
  16. 16. 4. Combine CSS and JS into a single separate file Why it didn’t work?
  17. 17. 3. Disable unused plugins Why it didn’t work?
  18. 18. 3. Disable unused plugins Why it didn’t work?
  19. 19. 1. Speed Index = 5.98 seconds 2. Request count = 111 3. Page weight = 2.96 MB Chances are your numbers are close to these: * Average for the UK, reported by Google
  20. 20. News website Dogwalker’s site 515 requests 17 requests 4,031 kB 1,306 kB LCP 7.8sLCP 2.6s
  21. 21. Dogwalker’s site: 11 seconds before interactive News site: 2 seconds before interactive From: Dulles, VA - iPhone 8 iOS 14 - 3GFast
  22. 22. 2: Enable CDN Say, your web host has a server located in London Without CDN: when user requests your website it gets it delivered from London With CDN: when user requests your website it gets it delivered from one of the CDN’s servers
  23. 23. Read my full article here: https://www.cloudways.com/blog/choosing-the-right-server-location/
  24. 24. 1: Change your web host/ Upgrade your hosting plan Quick check: if a website has no traffic it’s not your hosting, for sure and in most other cases, too
  25. 25. 5. prevent WordPress from making additional requests 4. disable unused plugins 3. combine requests 2. Enable CDN 1. Change/upgrade web host 5 popular recommendations that don’t work:
  26. 26. Are these recommendations bad?!
  27. 27. So, how to find out what is right for your website?
  28. 28. The only way to understand why your website is slow is to read waterfall, really
  29. 29. Few tips: ● Use right tools for specific purposes: ○ PageSpeed Insights -> for quick checks ○ Lighthouse in Chrome DevTools -> for handy analysis ○ WebPageTest.org -> for real UX testing ● Forget about the scores! ● Look at Largest Contentful Paint (or other UX metrics) ● Test speed across the website (not only homepage) ● Keep an eye on it everyday!
  30. 30. https://wordpress.org/plugins/speedguard/ Tool that I use for automatic everyday tests [Google PageSpeed Insights API]
  31. 31. Get in touch with me: ● @sabrina_zeidan ● http://sabrinazeidan.com/ ● sabrinazeidan@gmail.com ● or just say “Hi” right after this talk is over :) Questions? WordFest Live 2021

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