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  • WordPress,

How To Become A WordPress Developer?

WordPress is a free, open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL. It uses parts of the model—post, edit, and display—as its architectural framework. The posts can be formatted in HTML or WYSIWYG editor. Do you know over 455 million websites use WordPress? Since the software is free, many agencies & individuals hire professional […]

  • WordPress,

How To Eliminate Render-blocking Resources In WordPress?

When it comes to web performance, one of the critical factors is eliminating render-blocking resources. Render-blocking resources delay the rendering of a page and can include things like JavaScript and CSS files. These resources must be loaded before the browser can start rendering the page. This includes external CSS and JavaScript files and anything else […]

  • Web Performance,

How To Defer Offscreen Images?

Offscreen images are images that are not visible on the screen at the time that they are loaded. These images may be below the fold or hidden behind other elements on the page. Deferring offscreen images can improve page load times by reducing the number of HTTP requests that need to be made and allowing […]

  • Web Performance,

How To Encode Images Efficiently?

When it comes to images, there are a lot of ways to encode them efficiently. In this article, we’ll go over some of the most popular methods so that you can choose the one that’s right for you and your project. You may have encountered recommendation to efficiently encode images while running your WordPress site […]

  • Web Performance,

What Is Image Compression And Why It Matters?

Image compression is a process of reducing the size of an image without compromising its quality. Compressing an image can reduce the amount of data required to store or transmit, saving time and space. Image compression can be performed manually using an image editor or automatically using a dedicated program or online service. Many web […]

  • Site Speed Glossary,

What Is Prefetching?

Prefetching is a technique used by web browsers to improve loading times. When a user visits a website, the browser will look for resources that are needed to load the page, such as images, CSS, and JavaScript files. The browser will then download these resources in advance to be available when the user needs them. […]

  • WordPress,

10 Fastest WordPress Themes With PageSpeed Data 2022

Nowadays, ensuring your website loads quickly is more important than ever. Not only does a slow-loading site frustrate visitors and lose business, but Google also takes PageSpeed into account when ranking websites for search results. In this article, we’ll look at some of the fastest WordPress themes out there with built-in PageSpeed data from Google […]

  • Site Speed Glossary,

Non-composited Animations

Non-composited animations are animations not rendered using the browser’s compositing engine. This means they are rendered as individual frames, one after the other, instead of being rendered together in a single image. This can lead to several problems, including jerky animations, dropped frames, and large file sizes. ContentsWhy not use non-composited animations?How to avoid non-composited […]

  • Web Performance,

How To Avoid Long Main-thread Tasks?

Threads are often used to improve the performance of an application by allowing multiple tasks to be executed concurrently. A thread is a unit of execution that an operating system can schedule. It contains a program counter, a stack, and a set of registers. For example, a web browser may use one thread to handle […]

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