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    Smile Wordpress website loading time

    Hi, everyone I am working with this site http://kingsmarketinginc.com/ and I apply many techniques but unfortunately I can't reduce the loading time, if anyone have any advance Idea please share.
    NB: To reduce this time I don't want to use any plugins but I like to use coding.

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    This is the best way to reduce loading time of wordpress website:-

    1) Minimize the number of HTTP requests
    2) Optimize and correctly display images
    3) Minify HTML, CSS, and Javascript
    4) Use a Content Delivery Network
    5) Gzip and compress components
    6) Choose <link> over @import
    7) Put stylesheets at the top
    8) Put scripts at the bottom
    9) Utilize browser caching
    10) Use CSS Sprites
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    It seems the member forgot to acknowledge that he copied this list from http://diythemes.com/thesis/improve-website-pagespeed/



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    Quote Originally Posted by raja achanta View Post
    This is the best way to reduce loading time of wordpress website:-

    1) Minimize the number of HTTP requests
    2) Optimize and correctly display images
    3) Minify HTML, CSS, and Javascript
    4) Use a Content Delivery Network
    5) Gzip and compress components
    6) Choose <link> over @import
    7) Put stylesheets at the top
    8) Put scripts at the bottom
    9) Utilize browser caching
    10) Use CSS Sprites


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    Thanks a lot, I will apply and get back later. Thank you once again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.Truelove View Post
    Hi, everyone I am working with this site http://kingsmarketinginc.com/ and I apply many techniques but unfortunately I can't reduce the loading time, if anyone have any advance Idea please share.
    NB: To reduce this time I don't want to use any plugins but I like to use coding.
    Give this site a try http://gtmetrix.com/

    It'll give you a list of things that need to be fixed.

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    W3 Total Cache is Great! Not a lament in the wake of switching over from Wp-Super-Cache. Proposed!

    Additionally proposed utilization Wp-Minify plugin deliberately. In light of the fact that it layers the javascripts and css records which can likewise hurt your subject example. It has been befallen me beforehand.

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    Thanks JohnnyCash11 & Janeth, for your suggestions, I hope now I can fix this problem.

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    Hey you can go through www.gtmetrix.com......
    Last edited by spikeZ; Jun 27, 2013 at 00:05.

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    This is best link.** http://diythemes.com/thesis/improve-website-pagespeed/ **
    Solution Wordpress website loading time.

    Good Luck.

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    Follow the tips to reduce the loading time

    1. Optimize Your Images
    2. Optimize Your website content Content
    3. Put Stylesheet References at the Top of the webpage
    4. Put Script References at the Bottom of the web page
    5. Put all the JavaScript and CSS in External Files
    6. Minimize HTTP Requests
    7. Reduce 301 Redirects


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