WordPress is an open source software and used to create a beautiful website or blog. It’s easiest and most flexible blogging and website content management system (CMS) for beginners. Today it powers more than 70 million websites.
How to speed up WordPress site
1. Choose a good hosting provider
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2. Use a Great Caching Plugin
Caching contains storing parts of your site so they only need to be loaded once instead of every time a user visits your site. Caching is specifically useful for your return visitors, as well as others who visit several pages on your site.
4. Clean up your Database
To maintain your database in clean, deleting the unnecessary data. It’s used to keep the size to the minimum and also helps in reducing the size of your backup. It is also necessary to delete spam comments, fake users, old unwanted content and unnecessary plugins as well as themes. All of this will decrease the size of your databases and web files, and thus speed up WordPress
5. Use a CDN (Content Delivery Network)
The people who visit your website belong to different locations in the world, and needless to say, the site-loading speed will differ if the visitors are located far away from where your site is hosted.
A CDN maintain a copy of your website in various datacenters located in different places. The main function of a CDN is to serve the web page to a visitor from the nearest possible location. CloudFlare and MaxCDN are among the most popular CDN services.
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6. Minimize the HTTP Requests
Decreasing the number of objects in your site’s pages, you can minimize the number of HTTP requests that are required to render a page, speeding up load times.
7. Compress Images
Images are large when compared to text, they occupy much more space on your wp-content folder than they should be allowed to. Compressing your images will use to reduce your site load times. You can reduce the size of your images without losing much of the perceived image quality.
8. UPGRADE TO PHP 7
UPGRADE TO PHP 5 to PHP 7 a make a tremendous impact on site speed and upgrade PHP version handle the uncached hits 3 times faster than on PHP 5.5 so, result in 30-50 percent improvements in memory utilization.