Studies show that when a web page doesn’t load within three seconds 25% of visitors will already have left. A slow website or even a delay when loading a web page is guaranteed to lose visitors and therefore also potential customers.
How We Optimize Website Performance
Enable Gzip compression
Reduce the size of your web files by an average of 60-70% by enabling GZIP compression.
Optimize CSS delivery
Optimize CSS delivery for faster page rendering by inlining, defer loading, compressing and learning what to do and what not to do.
Defer load CSS
Defer load low priority CSS scripts to render your web pages quicker by loading them after important above the fold CSS has loaded.
Leverage Browser Caching
We use various methods to enable caching server side and client side to speed up your website.
Inline CSS scripts
Instantly render your CSS by calling it from the HTML head. Avoid the use of render-blocking CSS scripts.
Make fewer HTTP requests
Make fewer HTTP requests to minimize parallel downloads by reducing the amount of files your web pages load to a minimum.
Reduce functional images
Reduce the amount of image files your web pages load by combining or replacing them.
Critical rendering path
Set up the critical rendering path to optimize the initial above-the-fold view your visitors see when loading a web page.
Lazy load images
Lazy load images and instead only load them when the vistors is viewing them. This speeds up the loading of the above-the-fold content.
Optimize your images by reducing their file size to a bare minimum to speed your website up.
Fix broken requests
Detect and fix all broken links, images and other files to improve performance. Broken requests can slow your web pages down.
Don’t use CSS @import
Avoid using CSS @import to load external CSS files to avoid slowing your web page down.
Use asynchronous scripts
Load your scripts asynchronously to improve page load times.
Avoid using unnecessary redirects, stop them from slowing your website down.