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    Thanks for sharing article on Magento speed optimization but here are lot of more things that needs to be done in order to optimize Magento speed. We at FmeExtensions offers Magento optimization service to clients at affordable rates and reduce their page loading speed to <2 second.

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    ETags are a way for browsers to validate cached components across subsequent visits. They can slow down a site served from a cluster if the cluster hasn’t implemented them properly.

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    Hi Aaryanmevada,

    Good questions how to speed up Magento. There are some techniques which are helpful for increasing speed that is: -
    - Minify CSS and JavaScript
    - Resize Images
    - Enable GZIP compression
    - Combine images using CSS sprites
    - Cache control headers
    - Apache KeepAlives
    - Implement opcode cache mechanism
    - Enable Memcache mechanism

    By using these techniques you can increase your store speed. If you want proper explaining about those steps then you should visit http://clapcreative.com/how-to-speed...magento-store/

    Here you can find proper explanation even its pros & cons also.

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    You've shared great insights into Magento performance optimization. I would also add 1 more important point - cache

    Here is some research:
    - Magento Full Page Cache vs Varnish Cache
    - Magento cache explained: a guide for store owners

    And an extension: Full Page Cache

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    You can improve your site load time by installing Magento Full Page Cache extension from Magegiant. It has many outstanding features as the following:

    - Better full page cache for Magento.
    - Fully custom cache by actions, helpers
    - Provide Block caching management
    - Custom block caching capability
    - Automatically Intelligence learning Blocks.
    - .htaccess configuration: Etags, Compression, Expire headers
    - Get Full Page Cache (a different version from the EE one), even on CE version
    - CDN fully support
    - Configuration clean catalog cache on each order.

    Here are comparison tables with Lesti Full page cache and Magento default about the render time.

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    As you see, the speed of your site is improved significantly.

    SPEED UP THE WEBSITE AND SATISFY EVEN PRISSY CUSTOMERS

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    Number of thread you can be found on this forum regarding speed optimization ....But I would suggest you this one as I liked it most..

    http://magentoexpertforum.com/showth...-Magento-Store

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    Nice article on magento speed optimization. There are so many techniques available for increasing speed to store.

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    Thanks for sharing this wonderful information. I would love to try this on my magento website.

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    Thanks for sharing. It's always important to remember about the client side solutions. For example, I recently discovered lazy loading for myself. Very helpful, especially if your visitors have bad connection.

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    ETags square measure the simplest way for browsers to validate cached elements across ensuant visits. they will bog down a website served from a cluster if the cluster hasn’t enforced them properly.

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    Below are the top notch optimization tips need to be considered while optimizing magento store.

    1. Sprite image, CSS & JS file merging for reducing HTTP requests.

    2. Ajax loading & image lazy loading

    3. Tuning MySQL server & PHP realpath_cache

    4. Deploying Varnish and nginx

    5. Using PHP accelerator and configuring PHP settings

    6. Resorting to Content Delivery Network (CDN) for static content

    7. Utilizing Full Page Cache

    Check more about other primary magento speed optimization tips here.

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    Thank you for your sharing . To speed up your Magento site you can do some following things:
    - Reduce loading time: You can try an Magento Defer JavaScript to make loading time decrease. This extension helps your Magento store to perform faster and more efficient by deferring parsing of JavaScript. As a result, customers do not have to wait so long for loading pages and of course, your Magento store will reduce bounce rates as well as keep customers stay in your store longer
    Check it out: https://www.magentocommerce.com/mage...avascript.html
    - Process images faster: To make images load faster, you should try Magento Lazy Image Loader to process image loading only when scrolling down on the Magento site. This extension allows images to be loaded only when scrolling down to optimize loading time and reduce abandoned rates from the site
    See more at: https://www.magentocommerce.com/mage...view/id/30940/

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    To reduce loading time and speed up Magento 2 sites, deferring parsing of JavaScript is one of the most effective methods without code changes. By delaying JavaScript loading till the last moment after all HTML and CSS loading, the content of page will appear faster and customers can enjoy better experience on these sites.

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    13 Tips to Speed Up Magento Performance :-

    1. Latest Version.
    2. Content Delivery Network.
    3. Utilize Caching.
    4. Enable Flat Catalog.
    5. Image Optimization.
    6. Concatenate (merge) CSS and Javascript Files.
    7. Enable Magento Compilation.
    8. Clean Up Magento Database & Logs.
    9. Fewer Extensions & Modules.
    10. MySQL Configuration.
    11. Update Indexes.
    12. PHP Accelerators.
    13. Choose Fast Web Hosting.

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    Hello there,

    Optimizing your Magento ecommerce website and using the right configuration for hosting, databases etc. will definitely bridge the gap and help you see greater website visitor retention. Here are a few pointers that will help you optimize Magento for speed:

    (1) Content Delivery Network (CDN) is recommended
    (2) Image optimization and labeling
    (3) Upgrade Magento
    (4) Database configuration


    Web hosting selection is important : Do invest in a dedicated web hosting package. If you are expecting a decent amount if visitors and conversions on a daily basis, its important that you select a dedicated web hosting service which enables you to have your own machine to serve web pages rather than sharing resources across other websites.

    Good luck!

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    You can try Infinite Scroll for Magento 2.
    The module combines two methods of loading the next page of products list: automatically with Ajax and manually by Load More button, accompanying with Back to Top button and lazy loading image. Hence it will absolutely prolong your customers's scrolling experience and boost the speed of your Magento site as well.
    Give it a try!

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    Good questions how to speed up Magento. There are some techniques which are helpful for increasing speed that is: -
    - Minify CSS and JavaScript
    - Resize Images
    - Enable GZIP compression
    - Combine images using CSS sprites
    - Cache control headers
    - Apache KeepAlives 3d printing sla technology
    - Implement opcode cache mechanism
    - Enable Memcache mechanism

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