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    I want to speed up the my website for SEO. Are there any site optimization plugins in wordpress? I want to remove unused css instantly or automatically optimize large photos?

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    Higher # of plugins reduce speed of a wordpress site, so one way is to reduce the # of plugins.

    Reduce the weight of the images.

    Have a fast web host

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    Make sure to also fix all of your broken links.
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    First start always cache some are more complex than others so read up first.. dont just start tweaking without any backup


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    Run site analyses through pagespeed insights, gtmetrix and ubersuggest etc, and you should get a good indication of why it's slow and how you can fix it.

    Having done all the internal changes, the big difference I found came from adding a CDN.
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    Use google lighthouse and follow the advise

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    Do not use slow server and always push content forwards like cache the static page and using CDN

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    I hope this helps you:

    https://www.wpbeginner.com/plugins/b...ching-plugins/

    I personally use W3 Total Cache and I am very satisfied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky Starling View Post
    I want to speed up the my website for SEO. Are there any site optimization plugins in wordpress? I want to remove unused css instantly or automatically optimize large photos?
    I would recommend you to use Imagify to optimize photos and LiteSpeed Cash

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    Hi,

    I use autoptimize for general CSS and JS deferring and Smush for images.
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    Hi!

    I use WP Rocket for my sites together with a CDN. For images I use tinyPNG before uploading to the site.

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    using pagespeed insights, GTMetrix and just follow their recommendation. I would say caching, getting a CDN, optimizing your images and rendering. All things to consider. Hosting is also a key component.

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    I have good experience with WP Fastest Cache. But there are also a lot of alternatives. Just have a search in your Wordpress plugin browser and read the reviews.

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    I use Hummingbird, it gives you a performance score with ways to speed up the website and diagnose why the website was slow when tested. It also helps with caching and compressing CSS, javascript and more.

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    I thought it would be a good idea to make a backup and delete any unused css/javascript!

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Higher # of plugins reduce speed of a wordpress site, so one way is to reduce the # of plugins.

    Reduce the weight of the images.

    Have a fast web host

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    I totally agree and of course use cache.

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    You can try google page speed and gtmetrix tool and checks css and optimize image .

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    Try to keep your site as simple is possible.
    No unnecessary javascripts, or plugins.
    Try to serve images in webp format,
    minimise/ concatenate resources,
    defer javascripts,
    use gzip and
    define a coerent cache policy.

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    As a web developer the first thing i would say is: dont use wordpress. Notoriously slow, plugins get expensive and buggy as hell, and you get opened up to alot of security risk. If i were to build a new casino portal nowadays I would NEVER in my life use wordpress. I am a huge fan of ghost, but it requires a bit more technical knowledge. Most people go with wordpress because of it's point-and-click ease, but you pay for it with alot of other problems.

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    CriticalCSS might be worth a look (if you think CSS is really your problem). 7 a month though.

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