3 Helpful Ways to Increase Your Page Speed in No Time

  1. Server response time

The server can only be controlled if you eliminate the load on it, enhance its hardware. To have a good server, you need to check if the hosting company has a good SERP ranking and provides decent services. You can also use PageSpeed Insights to test the hosting service website and also check their TTFB or Time to First Byte or Server Response Time.

  1. HTML and CSS structure

The HTML structure determines the way your website will load. Browsers read your page and load the elements accordingly. In other words, to load something first, you need to put it higher on a page. The issues are with CSS. If your CSS is messy, then the load time is slow and the UX is bad as well. You should also add mobile styling first as the mobile devices are comparatively slower than desktop. If you don’t know where to begin, hiring a good SEO company in Singapore can be considered.

  1. Cache policy

Caching is the process where the files are stored in a client’s browser to have a quick access to it later.

  • Dynamic Elements (short cache policy)

These elements change on your website frequently.

  • Static Resources (long cache policy)

These elements on your website are rarely changed. The elements include images, CSS or JS files, audio files, video files etc. Here you can also set a longer cache time for CSS and image files because you know they won’t be changed frequently.

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