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How to improve my Website loading speed?

Discussion in 'Graphics and Design' started by eagles11, May 10, 2010.

  1. ServerSea

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    There are number of ways from where you can improve your website loading speed. First of choosing a Fast host is very important.Dont use heavey images use jpg images in your website. There are many other ways i am sharing a good link for you from where you can take guideline.

    Tips To Improve Website Speed
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    don't use such heavy loaded picture
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    Yes i do agree that Heavy pictures effects the website loading speed alot. In my last post i have pasted the feature regarding how to improve loading speed. Read that feature its very helpful for everyone.
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    Use of PNG file will help you. And it is better to put different codes into different files like Java script and html. Html code comes in a page but java script should be in different page so the loading process will take less time. if you want to use big images then you need to slice it down and call to html code, that is the best way of doing this.


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    You must to minimize the usage of javascript in your site. A page that is too big will load slower compare to a page that is small like google homepage.
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    Loading time of a website should be minimum possible because average internet user doesnt wait for more than 5 seconds for a webpage to load. So in order to reduce the bounce rate from a webpage, you must try to minimize the usage of flash and high resolution images.
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    High resolution images takes time too load. One can improve the speed of website by not using them. Check the below link also for improve loading speed.

    Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site
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    There are 4 relatively simplified structure by which you can modify up the instant it takes a browser to download a attender:

    Make fewer HTTP requests
    Add a far-future expires header
    Gzip your page's components
    Minify your JavaScript, CSS and HTML
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    Google Chrome gives this advice:

    Combine multiple JS files into less
    Enable gzip compression
    Leverage browser caching
    Optimize the order of styles and scripts (better: all CSS first)
    Put CSS in the document head
    The huge amount of images slows down loading - maybe you could split the page into several ones?
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    Well there are tons of things you can do to increase the speed of your site. If you are looking for something specific, whats the site? Everyone had great input but it can vary too depending if your on a cms like wordpress or just raw html coding? Details ;) thanks!
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    to improve the website loading speed first thing is to optimize the image.while sliceing images in photoshop most people will forgot to save the file as save for web (ctr+Atl+Sft+s)
    instead they will choose save as.so try doing the save for web option photoshop. image or objects with is lesser than 3 color can be saved as GIF and rest you can save with JPG or PNG.
    using sprite in css will also reduce the loading time:)
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    you can improve your website loading by increasing the speed of internet server provider and also close new tabs which are not in use.
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    Google Chrome gives this advice:

    Combine multiple JS files into less
    Enable gzip compression
    Leverage browser caching
    Optimize the order of styles and scripts (better: all CSS first)
    Put CSS in the document head
    The huge amount of images slows down loading - maybe you could split the page into several ones?
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    Don't use images, have to use images ,re size resolution & color in Photo shop below 5k.
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    reduce your Images sizes

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