WordPress Speed Optimisation

If you signup for one of our WordPress Maintenance plans, we will perform WordPress Speed Optimisations and Weekly Scans on your WordPress to make your site blazing fast, and nothing is slowing it down, which also helps with SEO! This also includes a free official license of the premium WP Rocket plugin.

Weekly Performance Scans
We will perform a weekly scan of your website performance, and include results in your weekly report.

Page Caching
Caching creates an ultra-fast load time, essential for improving Search Engine Optimization and increasing conversions. When you turn on WP Rocket, page caching is immediately activated.

Browser Caching
With browser caching, static contents (JS, CSS, images) are stored in the browser. When a visitor goes to another page on your website, your static content does not need to be loaded again.

Cache Preloading
Because our crawler simulates a visit to preload the cache, the indexing of your website by search engines is instantly improved.

GZIP Compression
To optimize the rendering of web browsers and save bandwidth, we facilitate the work of the browser (gzip compression, expires headers, etags).

Minification / Concatenation
WP Rocket reduces the weight of your HTML, JavaScript and CSS files through minification. Lighter files means faster load time!

Database Optimisation
Clean up your database to remove bloat and reduce its size, boosting your site’s performance. Schedule regular cleanups to keep things running smoothly.

Fonts Optimisation
Less HTTP requests for a faster website thanks to Google Fonts optimization.

Lazy Load Images
Images are loaded only as your visitor scrolls down the page, improving the load time of the page. YouTube, Facebook, Yahoo and other major websites are using this technique. Now yours can too.

Defer JS Loading
JavaScript files are loaded after the end of the rendering of the page. Thus, the loading time of your website will be reduced.

Remove Query Strings from Static Resources
Improve your GT Metrix grade by removing query strings from CSS/JS files. Cache busting is retained by encoding the version number into the URL.