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    What are three ways to reduce page load time?

    hello friends...i want to know What are three ways to reduce page load time?
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    1. Minimize HTTP Requests
    2. Reduce server response time
    3. Enable compression
    4. Enable browser caching
    5. Minify Resources
    6. Optimize images
    7. Optimize CSS Delivery
    8. Reduce the number of plugins you use on your site
    9. Reduce redirects

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    Optimize images
    Enable Compression
    and Minify CSS and Java Script errors!

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    Three ways to reduce page load time.

    Most important is Image & Video Optimization.
    Solve each CSS and JS Errors.
    Reduce Response Time & HTTP Request.

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    Try the following Google PageSpeed Insights what check and write your issues.
    https://developers.google.com/speed/...sights/?hl=eng
    Make your web pages fast on all devices.
    I used it and repaired the failure what it showed.

    Best Regards,
    David

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    There are many factors that affect page load time. Optimize image is one of the factor that affect the page load time. Oversized images take longer to load, so itís important that you keep your images as small as possible. Keep your image in proper format like in JPEG, PNG and do not use BMPs or TIFFs.

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    i think three ways to reduce page load time?
    first : Optimize video , images
    next: Reduce redirects
    final: Enable compression

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    Go to gt metrix run a tes you will get this :

    RECOMMENDATION GRADE TYPE PRIORITY
    Combine images using CSS sprites
    D (60)
    IMAGES HIGH
    Optimize images
    B (80)
    IMAGES HIGH
    Leverage browser caching
    A (90)
    SERVER HIGH
    Defer parsing of JavaScript
    A (91)
    JS HIGH
    Specify image dimensions
    A (93)
    IMAGES MEDIUM
    Serve scaled images
    A (97)
    IMAGES HIGH
    Minify JavaScript
    A (99)
    JS HIGH
    Minify HTML
    A (99)
    CONTENT LOW
    Specify a character set early
    A (99)
    CONTENT MEDIUM
    Minify CSS
    A (99)
    CSS HIGH
    Avoid bad requests
    A (100)
    CONTENT HIGH
    Avoid landing page redirects
    A (100)
    SERVER HIGH
    Enable gzip compression
    A (100)
    SERVER HIGH
    Enable Keep-Alive
    A (100)
    SERVER HIGH
    Inline small CSS
    A (100)
    CSS HIGH
    Inline small JavaScript
    A (100)
    JS HIGH
    Minimize redirects
    A (100)
    CONTENT HIGH
    Minimize request size
    A (100)
    CONTENT HIGH
    Optimize the order of styles and scripts
    A (100)
    CSS/JS HIGH
    Put CSS in the document head
    A (100)
    CSS HIGH
    Serve resources from a consistent URL
    A (100)
    CONTENT HIGH
    Specify a cache validator
    A (100)
    SERVER HIGH
    Avoid CSS @import
    A (100)
    CSS MEDIUM
    Prefer asynchronous resources
    A (100)
    JS MEDIUM
    Avoid a character set in the meta tag
    A (99)
    CONTENT LOW
    Remove query strings from static resources
    A (100)
    CONTENT LOW
    Specify a Vary: Accept-Encoding header

    Most of your issues can be solved here.

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    Images are one of the most common bandwidth hogs on the web.

    if you have an image that is 1000 x 1000 pixels, but you have scaled it down to 100 x 100 pixels, your browser must load ten times more than necessary.

    Scale your images before you upload them to your site, so you don’t ask for more from your visitors than you should...

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