Most of the WordPress sites you would see are elegantly designed by the web designers.  But the real test comes while loading WordPress site. If the speed is low which usually results in a high bounce rate factor. Therefore it becomes important to improve load time to avoid people getting irritated and therefore they stay and use the content of your website.


There are many things that can slow WordPress sites and I think I seem to have been unlucky enough to have all experienced at one time. The main problem is the host and I am sorry to say that “price” is usually a problem here. Trying to save money on lodging, believe me, is you’re not doing favours to my experience. Like most things, you get what you pay for but there are still many good hosting companies out there that can host WordPress site very well for not much money

I would recommend hosting such as :.


Namecheap Hosting


If you have a good budget, as it will be a little more expensive, you can go for VPS hosting or VPS cloud hosting server. They are more expensive solutions, but they give the user more control over their own accommodation allowing you to add and remove features according to your websites need. Also you can opt for WordPress Hosting which is preferred these days.

Clean codes

First, we will make things easy. Once you have your web design ideas sorted his time to create nice clean code. This is not so difficult, but to do so we need to change our WordPress themes so that fewer requests must be made to the server to get information. The more data that is needed in the slower loading time results. If we take the many themes header section (header.php), we can simplify much of the code by removing php and manually add the required information

You can also :.

• make your static URL stylesheet
• make your static javascript URL
• make your static feed URL
• You can delete WordPress version of the website
• make your blog title and meta info / static description

In making these changes, you reduce the amount of information that is needed to be called from the server reduce the overall time site load.
Once you’ve done that with Header does not stop there. If you look through your theme, you will probably find php or queries that you can remove or static as more useless

• The name of your blog
• the feed URL RSS
• Comment RSS feed URL

Improve the size of file or Images

Most designers already know this, but it still causes problems. The size of the particular image files, flash etc sizes have a huge role to play in load times. Over the longer time to load the file. I know that the flash is watching but.swf files can really become great moments and even with preload can still frustrate users as they load. Use flash and images wisely, not just for your own pleasure. Consider the experience of the user as well.

Improve your Codes

If you add code to the template files after installing a new plugin then I’m sure you have added php without function_exists.

You can look and say “So What” and this causes a problem when you disable the plugin or delete all together. Suddenly, there is no function of that name, nor yet the code still works and causes an error if you pages will not load. To solve this problem, you can remove it entirely php, but if you have many active plugins this can be a problem. Good coding habits when adding the first functions would be to add a “if” called function_exists.

With this feature means that when you clear the company or remove a plugin no errors occur.

Another poor coding technique is not to incorporate Flash and other functions in the sites properly. I’m sure you have at some point visited a site and all the time you are there watching the status bar and continues to say “1,2,3+ remaining points.” This is again due to poor coding and not only spoils a page loads, but also seems unattractive and unprofessional.

Cache plugins

So you came with your web site design ideas you have cleaned the code, you have everything needed to improve load times. Well there is one last thing to do next. Caching. WordPress has a number of caching plugins but I recommend you install WP-Total-cache or WP-Super-Cache. Caching is probably going to show you the greatest improvements that caching images, files etc will result in no further loading of the articles by improving the lot loading times, especially when a user navigates back and forth between pages of your site.

In conclusion if you want the world to see your web design ideas, so it is important to maximize your WordPress loading times and avoid high bounce rate. Stay tuned for More Updates only at WPPaid which is free for you 😉


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