WPBakery is one of the world’s most popular WordPress page builders. Learn how to speed up and improve your site’s performance with the WPBakery plugin installed.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how we took a site using WPBakery from this…
To this, using our free plugins Smush and Hummingbird…
And finally to this, after some additional tweaking*…
I’ll also talk about a new integration feature for WPBakery available in our award-winning image optimization plugin, Smush, and testing it along with everything else.
In this post, I’ll take you briefly through each of the following stages of my testing process so you can replicate this on your own site:
- WPBakery Overview
- WPBakery Site Setup
- WPBakery and Smush
- WPBakery and Smush with WPBakery Integration
- WPBakery, Smush, and Hummingbird
- WPBakery, Smush Pro, and Hummingbird
- WPBakery Optimization Remarks
Just follow the recipe below to speed up and improve your site’s performance with WPBakery.
It’s time to get cooking…
1. WPBakery Overview
While there are over a dozen page builders for WordPress, WPBakery (formerly Visual Composer) remains one of the world’s most popular WordPress page builder plugins.
In fact, according to BuiltWith.com, WPBakery is a “mega” technology. It is used on over 3.6 million websites around the world and it’s the 5th most used WordPress plugin.
As many of our members use the WPBakery page builder plugin on their sites, we decided to look at ways
This article was written by Martin Aranovitch and originally published on WPMU DEV Blog.