Why you should forget about the scores if you want to speed up your website? What is TTFB and why you should care about it? Why using CDN might not help you improve the site speed? Why Twitter with all that funny GIFs loads lightning fast and your visitors have to wait for ages while one single kitten gets loaded? How do you get to know your hosting is fast enough?
During this session we will learn:
how to measure website load times and interpret the results
what should you do after all possible caching is already on but your website is still awfully slow
how to define bottlenecks and fix them without making significant changes to the theme.
Let’s make websites load faster together!
- April 6, 2019
— Rich Hill (@RichHill73) April 6, 2019
— Cosmik Carrot (@cosmikcarrot) April 7, 2019
— James Forward (@jamesforward) April 6, 2019
— Hamza @GoTechUG (@GoTechUG) April 6, 2019
— thisismatt at #WCEU (@thisismattuk) April 6, 2019
— Tamsyn (@tamsynhyatt) April 6, 2019
. @sabrina_zeidan training attendees on how to better understand how caching works with getting attendees to count how many days to her mum’s birthday and being a virtual cache. #WCLDN pic.twitter.com/fZk0ULu9P6
— WordCamp London (@WordCampLondon) April 6, 2019
— John Ossoway (@ottomancer) April 6, 2019
— Alison Rothwell #WordPress (@alisonrothwell) April 6, 2019