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How to load webpage faster?

Written by Parvatiandsons Team
Nov. 11, 2020

How to load a webpage faster?

Hi there! When you are trying to build a highly attractive web design, That you have to measure, optimize, and monitor your web pages deeply. These task helps to improve your web page load speed and avoid exit page by users. Nowadays google introduce too many platforms for learning and improving your web pages like(web. devlighthouse and etc.) These tools help to take the right step towards improving web pages and speed.

Let's know more about improving and performance of web pages.


1. Discover your web pages performance opportunities

Lighthouse is one of the best tools to measure and find tactics for web pages. It gives you a report on how many sections to improve on this page, every section has elaborate mistakes and their best solution.

2. Optimize your images Quality and size

You can use the Imagemin tool to compress your images. It supports too many varieties of image formats. lazy sizes to lazyload images Lazy loading plugin helps to load resources when they are needed to load. This approach helps to load instantly instead of load whole resources.

3. Use responsive images on web pages

Responsive images mean different device different size images. It helps to maintain your web page's view and it's very user-friendly for users to view your web pages.

4. WebP Images

Google introduces WebP images for the website in chrome and other browsers. WebP images 25-25% smaller than jpeg and png images. many popular websites use web images to maintain web page load and performance. WebP offers both lossless and lossy compression.

5. Optimize your javascript

PRPL Approach helps to web pages faster and interactive. PRPL is (push or preload, Render, Pre-cache, Lazy load).
Preload request to the browser for fetch resource as soon as possible. When the browser renders the web page for the user request by URL. Pre-Cache helps to maintain your resources in the browser storage when the user views the site a second time then the browser request pre-cache assets instead of the server. this approach helps to load the page faster. Lazy load also is a good approach to load the high-quality image when the user cursor nearly on image src.