- Optimize Your Images
Images are typically one of the largest assets on web pages, and without optimization, they can cause performance issues. Make sure that you’re saving images in the proper format, using appropriate sizes, and enabling compression.
- Optimize Your Database
Databases are a common performance bottleneck. Expensive queries, N+1 queries, and the lack of indexing can dramatically increase the time it takes to complete a query and ultimately serve responses to a user. You should ensure that your database is optimized and queries are properly built to avoid these issues.
- Fix Any Redirects
Redirects can increase load times by adding a step to the loading process. For example, 301 redirects saying that files have permanently moved redirect users to a new location. Try to minimize the use of these redirects and find other ways to load the content faster that the user is seeking out.
- Reduce Dependencies
- Optimize Your HTML
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