Speed Up WordPress in 2019: How To Optimize Your Website & Make It Load Fast

Hosting for WordPress Website – Speed Up WordPress in 2019: How To Optimize Your Website & Make It Load Fast


Speed Up WordPress in 2019: How To Optimize Your Website & Make It Load Fast

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
0:01 Speeding Up Your Website – Intro & Overview
7:21 Real Deal Start – Identifying & Removing Plugin & Other Bloat
20:07 Optimizing & Compressing Images
36:45 Verifying Hosting Quality
40:10 Before & After – End Results Compared

Most guides on how to speed up WordPress websites are useless. You want to make your website load fast, so you follow the instructions, but you find your site still loads slowly.

To fix slow load times, you need to identify and eliminate bloat, but these tutorials don’t teach you how to do that.

You can get a massive head start on achieving fast load times by using Oxygen – a visual builder for WordPress that is 100% bloat free:

But even if you are using typical bloated visual builders like Divi, Elementor, Beaver Builder, etc. this tutorial will teach you optimizations which will significantly speed up ANY WordPress website.

There are three main thing that typically degrade performance and make a WordPress website run slowly. Fix these, and you’ll have a fast loading website:

1. Plugins (and WordPress core) loads scripts and styles onto all pages of your site, even when they only need to be present on a single page.
2. Excessively large files (like images) are being loaded on the page – resulting in slow load times. Compress these files to speed things up.
3. Bad web hosting providers don’t deliver your page to the visitor quickly – resulting in slow load times even for a lightweight page.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to fix these common problems which slow down your website. And you won’t need to install any caching plugins – they may change the letter grade you get but it is rare they will actually stop your site from being slow.

The tutorial contains four primary steps:
– how to identify and eliminating bloat loaded by WordPress core and plugins
– how to identify images which should be compressed and compress them
– how to eliminate unneeded font files from being loaded
– how to verify your web hosting provider is delivering your page to visitors quickly

Eliminate bloat, compress images, and host your website somewhere good and your website will load LIGHTNING fast.

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Speed Up WordPress in 2019: How To Optimize Your Website & Make It Load Fast

31 thoughts on “Hosting for WordPress Website – Speed Up WordPress in 2019: How To Optimize Your Website & Make It Load Fast

  1. HI, i hope you find this comment asap.
    when i unload the css and js using Asset CleanUp Plugin my site's full layout gets destroyed. I'm unloading all the js and css files from the audit report from Lighthouse. Can you tell me what is the issue?

  2. Thank you for a great video. The only problem now in April 2021 is that GTmetrix doesn't look the same as in this video so it is hard to find those areas to fix. Especially the information about what images to resize. The PageSpeed tab is replaced with a Summery tab.

  3. Hi – I've followed the video through the waterfall analysis section, but as I didn't build the website (I have been commissioned to give it a refresh), I'm unsure what's"bloat" and what's not – especially on the homepage. Any suggestions?

  4. Great tutorial. For image compress and optimization I may suggest "autoretouch". An AI based plugin which help lot for removing background, image manipulation, retouch and many more without having knowledge of image processing software. Autoretouch is saving time and money both.

  5. Oxygen is fast because it comes without a lot of functionality.
    Once you install form builder plugin, your website started slowing down.
    It can even slower than it's competitor

  6. what it is that you're saying about jquery? I didn't get it. Is it good for mobile viewer or not? How did you know those big file location in waterfall? Wouldn't it be good to tell so that beginner will know?

  7. Best tutorial Ive ever seen – went from a performance of F and LCP time of 5.9 secs to an A and LCP of 1.0 – took a couple of hours but was actually quite fun seeing the progress each time – and yes – u deserve the medal of honor or something 🙂

  8. Awesome video and plugin suggestion! Would love to try Oxygen but we are stuck with BB for now, would love an updated video with GTMetrix new layout and menu/metrics if you ever have the time! ; )

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