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    It can be said that a slowly loading website will lose almost everything. First of all, its users may leave immediately due to waiting such a long time. Secondly, the website doesn’t get a high SEO ranking on Google. Last but not least, it may cause a significant loss in sales.

    Unfortunately, this is the most common problem facing Magento, one of the leading e-commerce platforms today. It’s true that this robust, highly scalable platform is helping a lot of web owners build powerful websites. However, the slow load speed of these websites has caused a constant worry, even for owners of Magento 2 stores.

    So what can be done to solve this problem? Let’s look at these following ways on how to speed up Magento 2 website.

    Choose the right server
    Choosing a proper server is crucial for every online store’s speed. And Magento 2 stores are no exception.

    As Magento 2 websites are powerful and often require a large amount of resources, shared hosting is not a perfect option. Instead, a dedicated server or a VPS is highly recommended.

    Update to Magento 2 Latest Version
    Always check for updates and ensure that your Magento site is running the latest version. This can improve your store’s performance with bug fixes and newest features. You can find more details here on how to upgrade Magento 2 store.

    Enable Varnish Cache
    Varnish Cache is an open source web application accelerator. It helps improving page load speed by storing a copy of a page in memory the first time a user browses that page. So when the user visits the page again, Varnish can deliver the cached version immediately.

    To enable Varnish Cache, go to Stores > Advanced > System > Full Page Cache. Then in the ‘Caching Application’ field, click to choose ‘Varnish Cache’.

    For more information, see Configure Magento to use Varnish.

    Enable varnish cache in the backend to speed up Magento 2 website

    Enable Flat Catalog
    The read speed of a database is one of the main causes for slow page loading in Magento 2. However, by enabling flat catalog for categories and products, you can solve this problem.

    1. Navigate to Stores > Configuration > Catalog

    2. Under Storefront tab, change Use Flat Catalog Category and Use Flat Catalog Product to Yes.

    Enable flat catalog in the backend to speed up Magento 2 website

    Optimize Javascript and CSS
    Another way to speed up Magento 2 stores is merging and minifying JavaScript and CSS.

    1. Go to Stores > Advanced > Developer

    2. In the JavaScript Settings section, change the fields Merge JavaScript Files, Enable JavaScript Bundling and Minify JavaScript Files to Yes.

    3. In the CSS Settings section, change the fields Merge CSS Files and Minify CSS Files to Yes.

    Optimize Javascript and CSS in the backend to speed up Magento 2 website

    Use Magento 2 Lazy Load Extension
    As you know, a default web page will load all images and videos at the same time. The consequence is that the page load speed will slow down. Understanding this problem, we developed Magento 2 Lazy Load Extension which allows loading images and videos only when customers scroll down the page.

    This extension can speed up Magento 2 store UP TO 50%. Hence, the chance that customers stay longer to browse your page will increase. It is also a useful tool to improve your SEO ranking and save server bandwidth. Especially, the extension works effectively with all pages such CMS pages, home page, category pages, product pages, etc.

    Business values
    Improve user experience greatly by reducing the page load time.
    SEO your website to higher Google ranking with faster loading speed.
    Save money by reducing server’s bandwidth usage.

    Feature Highlights
    Delay images and videos loading until users scroll down
    Optimize SEO for Magento 2 websites
    Reduce server bandwidth
    Apply to all pages
    Support both image and video lazy loading
    Create smooth loading transition
    Configure the threshold
    Why don’t explore our Lazy Load Extension in more details? Certainly your website will benefit a lot from this free extension.

    Conclusion
    We hope that these above tips can help you speed up Magento 2 website. This way, you can create better experience for your customers, boost SEO rankings as well as improve conversion rates and sales.

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    1.Server requirement and configuration. ...
    2.Optimize Images. ...
    3.Enable Flat Catalogue. ...
    4.Optimize JS and CSS files. ...
    5.Choose the right Content Delivery Network. ...
    6.Set off Code Generation. ...
    7.Use Full Page Cache.

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    Also, our Magento 2 mega menu is now updated with lazy load technique.
    All the images and iframes will not be loaded until hovering to the category.
    That makes Magento 2 mega menu extension even faster and more robust.
    Hence, your SEO can be boosted dramatically with this mega menu in Magento 2!

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    1.Examine each outsider expansion introduced.
    2.Pick the quickest facilitating conceivable.
    3.Ensure Full Page Cache is on.
    4.Ensure Production Mode is on.
    5.Never use JS packaging.
    6.Empower CSS/JS minification.
    7.Utilize Built-in Cache, Skip Varnish.

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    7 Tips to Speed up Magento 2. Examine each outsider augmentation introduced.

    Inspect each presented outcast enlargement.

    Pick the snappiest encouraging you can oversee.

    Turn Caching On.

    Turn Production Mode On.

    Never Use JS Bundling.

    Enable CSS/JS Minification.

    Use Built-in Cache, Skip Varnish.

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