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Hello Friends,

What are the best methods for decreasing the loading time of a website?
Use low graphic templates in your site.
I think optimize image size and low graphic content as well as code use in webpage.
*Optimize Caches improve Page Load Time
*Do Away with Redirects and Improve Website Speed
*Apply CSS3 and HTML5 to Improve Page Load Time
*Minimize Image Size to Reduce Average Page Load Time
Optimize the images
Optimize the HTML and CSS
Optimize the Video Files
miffy the J-query files and all

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Ways to decrease page load time:
Image optimization
Use content delivery network
Minifying JavaScript and CSS files
Optimizing caches.
How to Increase Website’s Speed
1. Image Optimization
Statistics show that customers tend to abandon a website that hasn’t loaded within 3 seconds. Since images account for most of the downloadable byte space on a web page, your biggest gains to web page download time are going to come from image optimization.

One of the best ways to ensure proper image optimization is to adopt correct sizing and formatting (JPEG, GIF, or PNG). The goal is to reduce the file size as much as possible without sacrificing quality and there are a number of tools on the web that can help with this.

2. Try a CDN

The value of a Content Delivery Network is that it can take static files of a website, like CSS, images, and JavaScript, and deliver them through web servers that are closer to the user’s physical location. Shorter proximity amounts to faster load time.

Some examples of CDNs are AWS Cloudfront, Fastly, or Cloudflare. Another benefit of a CDN is that by offloading the bandwidth you also get less risk of downtime disruptions due to traffic volumes. Every way you look at it a CDN is a win-win for uptime.
3. Caching

Caching is a mechanism for the temporary storage of web pages to reduce bandwidth and improve performance. When a visitor arrives at your site the cached version will be served up unless it has changed since the last cache. This saves server time and makes things altogether faster. Enabling browser caching will make things easier and faster for your repeat visitors.

4. Compression

Gzip is a software application used for file compression, which is like putting your website into a zip file. Most servers and clients today support gzip. When a gzip compatible browser requests a resource the server can compress the response before sending it to the browser. This can significantly reduce time lag and latency in your website.

5. Keep Your Code Light

It’s important to minify your code as much as possible, meaning that you compact your HTML, JavaScript, and CSS code base into fewer files to optimize the way they run. For example, if your mobile website has five JavaScript files the browser will make five separate HTTP requests to fetch them. To avoid the block and wait time, an alternative approach would be to minify and concatenate those 5 files into one streamlined one.

6. Review Your Web Hosting

Another simple hack for decreasing website page load time is to check with your hosting provider to see what kind of package you have. A shared hosting account often involves sharing server space with dozens of other companies where website speed is impacted by the number of people using the servers. If this is the case, then it may be time to consider a dedicated plan where you have sole access to the server.

7. Ads Don’t Convert

Another form of “page bloat” can come from going overboard on ads and affiliate code. Too much of this can lead to high bounce rates and will adversely impact your overall website performance.

Also, here’s a newsflash: banner ads are DOA and are only averaging 1 click in 1000. So rather than cluttering your website with ads consider a better use of the real estate.

At the end of the day, the primary point of your website is to improve traffic and make money. The glossy images and trendy web design styles may seem like a big draw initially but they could backfire if your visitors are waiting more than 3 seconds to access your site.

Adopting the 7 hacks above will ensure your website is optimized and running as efficiently as possible while leading to an increase in overall conversions.
The methods to decrease page loading speed are:
1. Optimize images
Resizing the images is one of the best ways of reducing the page loading speed.

2. Minify HTML,Java and CSS scripts
This refers to the minification of all the unnecessary code that results in the slow loading speed.

3.Avoid self hosted videos
Avoiding self hosted videos can increase page load speed.
As I suggested earlier using low graphics content might help. And also you don't have to overthink it. Loading speed now-a-days doesn't matter anymore as long as your page doesn't show a 'time out'.
make your website light weight, create the responsive design, try to create AMP version of website for mobile users, and use cache plugins, and optimize the images.
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