Monday Masterclass: How to Speed up Your WordPress Website — Part 2 –

Monday Masterclass: How to Speed up Your WordPress Website — Part 2 - Elementor

This week we continue with the second episode of our two-part masterclass on how to accelerate page load time and get ahead of the competition.

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Keep reading the article at Elementor Blog. The article was originally written by Simon Shocket on 2020-03-03 09:31:58.

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Monday Masterclass: How to Speed up Your WordPress Website — Part 1 –

Monday Masterclass: How to Speed up Your Wordpress Website — Part 1 - Elementor

Having grasped how users get our data, how the client communicates with our server, and the ways that we can improve and speed up this communication, we’re ready and set at the starting line, already at an advantage over the competition.

Next Masterclass, we’ll be pushing the pedal to the metal and see how we can speed up the flow of data even more by modifying our WordPress platform and our content footprint. 

We’ll also be taking a site that we’ll audit to show how all of these tips and advice work in practice.

As we pointed out earlier, the subject of this two-part masterclass is vast, and admittedly there are several things that we haven’t included in this Masterclass. We feel that it would be better to set aside what we consider to be genuine expert material, for a separate future masterclass, for expert-level developers and web builders.

However, if you have any further advice, tips, or insight that could help other users speed up their websites, please share it in the comments below.

If you have any criticisms, we are equally interested in your thoughts. After all, our goal is to be the best at helping others excel at their craft.

Keep reading the article at Elementor Blog. The article was originally written by Simon Shocket on 2020-02-17 04:10:33.

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