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Best way to optimize Magento site speed by using GTMetrix

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    Default Best way to optimize Magento site speed by using GTMetrix

    As you know, GTMetrix is a very good tool to run a site speed test and generate a detailed report about related elements which even include some things causing your site perform more slowly. Therefore, you can easily take advantages of these results to speed up your website more effectively. We are glad to provide you a step-by-step tutorial to help you optimize this tool for improving your Magento site:

    https://bsscommerce.com/blog/magento...peed-gtmetrix/

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    You can use cloudways full page cache extension, It will speed up your website with no charges.

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    I am using Cloudways full page cache extension for my Magento store, another my Magento 2 store is also hosted with them and I am using Varnish for it.

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    HI Everyone...

    There are various way to optimize a website, Optimizing Magento is as much about patience as it is about programming. Always tweak and test your sites speed after every change that you make.

    1)Magento requires dedicated hosting in most cases (Stores where you have a lot of products and categories).
    2)Make sure your server has a sufficient amount of RAM to support your site.
    3)Combine and minify your JS and CSS files.
    4)Turn on Compilation (test this on a dev enviroment first).
    5)Turn on Flat Data.
    6)Use an External Cache like Redis or Varnish.
    7)Make Sure you either have Zend Op cache enabled or APC.
    8)Make sure GZIP is enabled.
    9)Turn off logging on Production(This may seem a bit risky but logging data takes time)
    10)Lazy Load certain common components on your pages.

    thanks.

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