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How to decrease load time of website?

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    Can you tell me here what is your site?

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    Yes, It's totally not good for SEO if the page loading time is more than 2".
    My store page used to take about 4" to load the home page. Then I visited Magento Commerce site and found this extension BSS Defer JavaScript Extension

    http://www.magentocommerce.com/magen...avascript.html

    Its main feature is to defer parsing and loading JS. It is used to optimize the page loading time and allow page content to display.
    And as far as I know, this is the leading Magento extension offering the feature.
    I have to say that it works greatly on my site. Loading time reduces about a half and it helps much for my page speed score for SEO.

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    decrease image size and cache memory, and scripting size

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    Quote Originally Posted by northerncarspares View Post
    decrease image size and cache memory, and scripting size
    This one. Especially the images part. If you have thousands of products and offer HQ pics of them - it's not good for loading. Here's a case study that we did on image optimization for Magento that can help.

    A good place to start is the Page Speed tool by Google - the tips that you'll get after the analysis are very useful and can help you create a practical optimization plan.

    Good luck!

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    you should hire any web developer expert..they will definetly helps you

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    You have to seek advice from your tech expert. What is your company provider or hosting provider?

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    You can improve your site load time by installing Magento Full Page Cache extension from Magegiant.

    Especailly, within 50 first customers, you get discount 20% with promo code AS20 in Happy Australia Day 2016.

    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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    We can decrease site load time by
    compressing code
    remove in line CSS
    optimize bigger images etc

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    you should minimize the image size from website as well as (java, css file) with server response time.

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    Hi!
    You can do a combination of things mentioned above: review your code and resolve conflicts, decrease images weight, check your site speed with Google or http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/
    You should also enable caching or even download Full Page Cache as it speeds up a Magento site.

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    Decrease image size and cache memory, and scripting size

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    Speeding up website is very critical. One of the best steps you can take to improve the site load time is signing up with a quality host.

    Some of the other steps to decrease the load time of the website are:

    - Lower the number of server requests
    - Optimize images
    - Optimize CSS
    - Reduce redirects
    - Enable browser caching
    - Enable compression (gzip)
    - Database optimization/maintenance

    For full-fledged Magento optimization, I would suggest to try FME Magento Optimization Services. https://www.fmeextensions.com/services.html

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    There are so many important thing one must care to reduce the loading time of website.
    the key important is image, CSS file, proper database maintenance, and after that keep checking speed on http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/.

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    To reduce loading time for 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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