Speed Up Your WordPress Website 2020 ULTIMATE Guide | WordPress Cache, Minify, Lazy Load & CDN Setup

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Today I’ll be showing you How To Speed Up Your WordPress Website in 2020. I will be showing you the easiest and fastest way to speed up your WordPress website. I will show you how to set up caching on WordPress, how to minify CSS, HTML and JavaScript files, how to lazy load images, how to compress and optimize images using WP Smush and how to set up a CDN such as Cloudflare. All of these optimizations will help you to make your website load fast and therefore lead to more conversions from your website.

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▼Timestamps:▼
1.) Introduction – 0:00
2.) Look at current load times using GTmetrix – 0:40
3.) Disable Unused Plugins – 1:30
4.) Setup Caching – 2:45
5.) Minify HTML, CSS and JavaScript Files – 3:20
6.) Lazy Load Images – 4:08
7.) Compress and optimise Images using WP Smush- 4:30
8.) Retest Page Load Times using GTmetrix – 5:40
8.) Preload Pages using Flying Pages – 5:55
9.) Setup a CDN such as Cloudflare – 6:45

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5 Comments
  1. DvApps says

    ▼Timestamps:▼

    1.) Introduction – 0:00

    2.) Look at current load times using GTmetrix – 0:40

    3.) Disable Unused Plugins – 1:30

    4.) Setup Caching – 2:45

    5.) Minify HTML, CSS and JavaScript Files – 3:20

    6.) Lazy Load Images – 4:08

    7.) Compress and optimise Images using WP Smush- 4:30

    8.) Retest Page Load Times using GTmetrix – 5:40

    8.) Preload Pages using Flying Pages – 5:55

    9.) Setup a CDN such as Cloudflare – 6:45

  2. Tomek Mar says

    Thanks! I noticed that you used a plugin like autoptimize to minify JS, CSS, HTML and at the end when enabling CDN you activated auto minify options for CSS, JS, HTML again using claudflare. Is it ok?

  3. MaskedClone k says

    Thanks!! As a owner of google clients complained that my website took long to open. This made the loading time much faster and company is striving!! 11/10 would recommend

  4. Gijo Varghese says

    Creator of Flying Pages here. Thanks for the mention 🙂

  5. MrHardTruck says

    Upload POG

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