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How to increase my web speed ?

Jun 3, 2017 1:56AM PDT

My website kepzone, here I use woocommerce with wordpress. Sometime my site take page load time under 3 second sometime it take over 5 second. How to control my page load ?

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Talk to your web master.
Jun 3, 2017 7:59AM PDT

I have to write that because I"m running into folk that "run" web sites but are not web masters. They have no coding background but use nothing but plugins and control panels.

Yes, you should try to get by yourself but just like getting into the Indy 500, you'll need a few master mechanics on your team.

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Re: page load time
Jun 3, 2017 8:20AM PDT

The time to fully load a page, with all scripts and pictures and tracking pixels and css does not only depend on the contents, but also on the load of the whole internet and the response time of external url's used. A full page load for these forums can easily be 10 seconds.

I find the network tool in the web developer (extension?) in Firefox a useful tool to get an insight in what happens and how long it takes (and what to block as a user to speed it up!). The developer can use it to optimise the page.

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