Ways to Improve a Website’s Performance
Implementing a content delivery network (CDN) can distribute your website’s assets across multiple servers globally, decreasing latency and improving load times. Prioritize critical above-the-fold content to ensure that users see important information quickly. Employ asynchronous loading for non-essential scripts to prevent them from blocking page rendering.
Enable compression for your web server to reduce file sizes transmitted over the network. Optimize code by removing unnecessary characters and comments, and leverage browser capabilities such as lazy loading for images to defer loading until they are in the user’s viewport. Regularly monitor and analyze your website’s performance using tools like Google PageSpeed Insights or GTmetrix to identify areas for improvement. Regularly update and optimize your website to ensure it continues to provide a smooth and efficient user experience.