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    my website taking more time to load

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    by zermasroor1234 ·

    my website taking more time to load when new page is open .what are the necessary steps to increase speed

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      Reminder to all

      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to my website taking more time to load

      Internet links will be deleted by moderators as SPAM.

      OP, try explaining your issue in more detail without using internet links. We know nothing about what software/application you are using to develop your website and you aren’t offering enough information to get help.

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      If your website is taking more time to load

      by BUYERS DOMAIN PTY. LTD. ·

      In reply to my website taking more time to load

      potential reasons
      Large file sizes If your website has large images or videos, this can slow down load times. You can try compressing your images or videos to reduce their file sizes and speed up load times.

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        Reply To: my website taking more time to load

        by zermasroor1234 ·

        In reply to If your website is taking more time to load

        Here are some necessary steps i am

        Optimize images: Large images can slow down your website. Compress and resize images before uploading them to your website.

        Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN): A CDN helps distribute your website’s content across multiple servers, reducing load times for your users.

        Minimize HTTP requests: Reduce the number of HTTP requests by combining multiple files into one file, compressing files, and using browser caching.

        Minify code: Minify your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code to reduce file size.

        Reduce server response time: Optimize your website’s backend by using a caching system, optimizing database queries, and upgrading to a better web hosting plan.

        Enable compression: Enable Gzip compression to reduce file size and decrease load times.

        Use a fast DNS provider: Choose a fast DNS provider to speed up DNS lookups.

        Eliminate render-blocking resources: Identify and eliminate resources that prevent your website from loading quickly, such as JavaScript and CSS files.

        Use a faster website theme: Choose a website theme that loads quickly and does not use too many resources.

        Regularly monitor website speed to identify areas that need improvement and to ensure that changes you make are effective.

        Internet link removed as SPAM by moderator as warned above.

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