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Did you know that 40% of internet users said that they will abandon a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load? That’s of course very bad news for you, if your website is among the many that are slow loading. It is bad not only because you loose those 40% of your visitors.[continue...]
Did you know that you can boost your website's enormously simply by switching over to the latest PHP version, PHP 7.3? As you can see in the infographic below, made after benchmark tests by the Zend Performance Team, the performance gain with php7 is between 25-70% depending on the application. Performance gain summary for popular[continue...]
With a fast-loading website, more visitors will stay until they decide to become your clients. Tests have shown that as many as 40 % of visitors abandon a website if it takes more than 3 seconds to load. So site speed is crucial, primarily for user experience, but also for search engine ranking. Let's see what[continue...]
A large WooCommerce web shop can be quite slow if you don’t optimize it. Here we give you 5 ways to optimize your WooCommerce store for super fast loading speed: 1. Increase WP Memory Limit To check your WP Memory Limit, go to WordPress admin > WooCommerce > System Status and check the value for[continue...]
Varnish Cache is a reverse proxy used to accelerate HTTP speed and is used by many heavy-trafficked websites, like Wikipedia, Facebook and Twitter. Varnish can do miracles for your WooCommerce website, if properly optimized. You will have to configure it manually with Varnish VLC. It sounds complicated, but following our guide, you'll find is easy[continue...]
Did you know that you can speed up your Joomla website? It is not that difficult to improve Joomla performance and decrease the server CPU load. Joomla CMS actually has the tools built in from the beginning. Any high-trafficked website that renders dynamic content from a database, will use a lot more server resources than[continue...]