When it comes to WordPress Speed Optimization, there are many techniques used to improve many aspects of a website. However, one usually hits a wall when external resources appear.
External resources are difficult to optimize. Period. By definition (“external”) they are not something you are supposed to optimize. We are talking about files that are loading from other places that are not your web server:
Matt Mullenweg is one of the founders of WordPress (thanks!) and back in 2010 he committed a new piece of code to correct automatically every single “Wordpress”, without a capital P, to “WordPress“, with a capital P. Are you curious to know why, if you search in Google for P dangit filter you will find almost 1.5 million results?
Nowadays, if your website doesn’t appear on the first page of Google search results, it means you are practically invisible to your potential users. And if you want Google to love you more and bump you up, one of the most important things you need to do is improve your WP site performance. Plus, your users will be happier not to have to go for a coffee while your page is loading. 😉
Let’s see what you can do in order to optimize your website performance.