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    stackon
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    Hi
    sreenandhaas.com (http://sreenandhaas.com/)is single page website. purely develeped in php. website has good loading time in mobiles, but has a low loading time in desktop. to fix this issue i optimized for javascript but dosent work, how can is reduce the reduce the loading time of website to minimize the javascript.

    #269820

    JSNube
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    Hi Stackon

    The best way to customize your website for pagespeed it to do an audit first. Use Lighthouse (Google Chrome Extension) this will tell you what you need to focus on for pagespeed optimization.

    Right off the bat without doing an audit, I can see your images need to be compressed and need to lazy load your off screen images, so that it only renders when it need to be in view. As for the JavaScript and CSS. Looks like a render blocking issue, see https://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/BlockingJS for a guideline. If you’re using WordPress, I suggest Autoptimize plugin.

    Also, add expires in your .htaccess file for your images/css/js here’s a guide: https://gtmetrix.com/add-expires-headers.html

    Hope this helps

    #284785

    DavidS24
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    The speed of loading pages is now a very significant signal for search engines. Yes, and for users it is a significant factor that is difficult not to pay attention if there are problems with it. Improving the speed of the site and using free website speed tester can not only get the pros in the ranking, but also get more confidence and conversion rates.

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