How to wordpress website make more faster? Loading time 2 Sec

Neonnidhi

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Hello Everyone,
I just make a Classified website with wordpress. It's come with largest collection of classified adds, events, Business Listings, News, Jobs, Find & Book hotels.

But the problem is that the page speed of my website is 5 sec. But I want to make it 2-3 sec.

Any expert please help. My site is [URLnofo]http://musafir.world[/URLnofo]
 

Localnode

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Hello.
You can see a Pingdom result here: [URLnofo]http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/dENvmB/http://musafir.world/[/URLnofo]
As well as a GTmetrix result here: [URLnofo]https://gtmetrix.com/reports/musafir.world/fu1YKVko[/URLnofo]

These will help you greatly.

But a good starting point is installing a caching plugin.
My personal recommendation is Cache Enabler - [URLnofo]https://wordpress.org/plugins/cache-enabler/[/URLnofo]
Install that, and configure it.
Next - optimise images - use EWWW Image Optimizer. See [URLnofo]https://wordpress.org/plugins/ewww-image-optimizer/[/URLnofo]
I'm not sure if you have cPanel or not - but it's always a good idea to also use cPanel's in-built optimising.
Login to cPanel and in the search bar type "Optimize Website" then click on this button - [URLnofo]http://i.imgur.com/sZT8smc.png[/URLnofo]
Then select "Compress all content" - [URLnofo]http://i.imgur.com/vK1QU9b.png[/URLnofo]

Your website has no expires headers.
Enter this into your .htaccess:
Code:
# Expires headers (for better cache control)
<IfModule mod_expires.c>
ExpiresActive on

# Perhaps better to whitelist expires rules? Perhaps.
ExpiresDefault                          "access plus 1 month"

# cache.appcache needs re-requests in FF 3.6 (thanks Remy ~Introducing HTML5)
ExpiresByType text/cache-manifest       "access plus 0 seconds"

# Your document html
ExpiresByType text/html                 "access plus 0 seconds"

# Data
ExpiresByType text/xml                  "access plus 0 seconds"
ExpiresByType application/xml           "access plus 0 seconds"
ExpiresByType application/json          "access plus 0 seconds"

# Feed
ExpiresByType application/rss+xml       "access plus 1 hour"
ExpiresByType application/atom+xml      "access plus 1 hour"

# Favicon (cannot be renamed)
ExpiresByType image/x-icon              "access plus 1 week"

# Media: images, video, audio
ExpiresByType image/gif                 "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/png                 "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/jpeg                "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/ogg                 "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType audio/ogg                 "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/mp4                 "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType video/webm                "access plus 1 month"

# HTC files  (css3pie)
ExpiresByType text/x-component          "access plus 1 month"

# Webfonts
ExpiresByType application/x-font-ttf    "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType font/opentype             "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType application/x-font-woff   "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType application/x-font-woff2  "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType image/svg+xml             "access plus 1 month"
ExpiresByType application/vnd.ms-fontobject "access plus 1 month"

# CSS and JavaScript
ExpiresByType text/css                  "access plus 1 year"
ExpiresByType application/javascript    "access plus 1 year"

</IfModule>
Avoiding URLnofo redirects will help too:
Code:
Remove the following redirect chain if possible:

http://go.padstm.com/slider.php?zoneid=536446&position=top
http://go.padsdel.com/slider.php?zoneid=536446&position=top
Remove the following redirect chain if possible:

http://go.padstm.com/slider.php?zoneid=539107&position=center
http://go.padsdel.com/slider.php?zoneid=539107&position=center
Remove the following redirect chain if possible:

http://placehold.it/140x110
https://placeholdit.imgix.net/~text?txtsize=13&txt=140%C3%97110&w=140&h=110
Remove the following redirect chain if possible:

http://v2.zopim.com/?3gQOAFIiWsh3yPaYYEsukfCSkFFFQnC2
http://v2.zopim.com/bin/v/widget_v2.134.js
Finally, use a CDN. CloudFlare has a free option - and unless you need your own SSL (issued to you), CloudFlare will be sufficient.
If you need your own SSL (issued to you) then KeyCDN is a great choice.
CloudFlare has their own Wordpress plugin - [URLnofo]https://wordpress.org/plugins/cloudflare/[/URLnofo]
KeyCDN does, too - [URLnofo]https://wordpress.org/plugins/cdn-enabler/[/URLnofo]

These should help greatly!
 

MechanicWeb-shoss

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Hello Everyone,
I just make a Classified website with wordpress. It's come with largest collection of classified adds, events, Business Listings, News, Jobs, Find & Book hotels.

But the problem is that the page speed of my website is 5 sec. But I want to make it 2-3 sec.

Any expert please help. My site is [URLnofo]http://musafir.world[/URLnofo]

First of all you need a good hosting on a server that is underloaded, pure SSD and high IOPS allocation for your website. Many WordPress users emphasize on caching plugins. Well everything will run from your hosting. Caching and all will do little help if hosting isn't good.

It loads in 1sec for me! Optimized already? Are your connection slow?
:D
That's because GTMetrix 'caches' site content after initial test. I am seeing this recently, don't know if it's a bug or not.
 

rozzski89

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Here's what I did for my Wordpress site to reduce loading time from 5 secs to 2 secs.

- Activate Cloudflare
- Installing some caching solutions as APC, Redis or Memcahed.
- Install Wordpress image optimizer plugins
- Enable Gzip and adding expire headers.
- Install W3 total cache.

If ways above didn't work, you should move to a fast web hosting as VPS or dedicated server, that will help you not optimize for your site but still getting fast loading.

Hope it helps!
 

smsmbooster

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You can improve loading speed by:
- Install some cache plugins.
- Use lightweight images, try smaller one if the current one is too big, try jpg instead of png if possible
- Remove unneeded js/css if you can.
- Lazy loading audio file or youtube video (just Google, it's very easy to apply).
 

RufusBrewer

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RufusBrewer
Removing unnecessary css and js files can causes errors on your website because they can be used on some parts of website.
Instead of doing this, you can minify your CSS or JavaScript files to make website load faster or reduce file size of them.
 

AdminKings

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To add to this I feel like it’s important to limit your Wordpress plugins. If you have too many it can slow your website down and use your resources. To test this, disable all of your plugins and re-activate them one by one to see which could be slowing your WP down. If you really need that plugin, search for an alternative if possible.

As mentioned your host is very important and be aware that just because a host offers unlimited storage with SSD this doesnt mean it will out perform others, being on a shared hosting plan can also effect this as you’re sharing space and resources with others so server performance does matter. Pick your host wisely and research your options. You dont want to be waiting in a cue.

If you’re using a theme and it’s slow, it might be your theme which is poorly coded and not lightweight. Try the default Wordpress theme vs you current one to see the difference.

If you’re not on a unlimited storage plan, try to ensure you’re not using it all up and also maxing out the CPU load too.

Of course, keep your Wordpress up to date too! :)
 

Daniel@30

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I just have some ideas to make your website slower.

Install a lot of plugins and don't remove them even when it inactive.
Don't use gzip to compress your page content.
Don't use header cache params.
Don't minimize your CSS, javascript file.
Don't reduce your images.
Don't cache data, just fetch all fresh data from MySQL or any DB...
Attempt to load a lot of items per page.
Avoid of using the PHP-Caching module like ZendOpcache or APC, leave PHP alone and then PHP engine need to compile the website code for all applications.

HTH!
 

jakeis

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Some ideas:
- optimize your images, CSS, etc.. There are tools which reduce the size of the images without losing quality
- safely reduce the size of your website's code. There are even some tools, which state that the minification process can reduce 10% – 95% the size of the code.
- use a content delivery network
- enable gzip compression
- use SSD hosting to improve the speed of your site
- remove the plugins which you don't use and install only necessary ones
 
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