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  • The Right Way to Build a Landing Page.

     skylar updated 2 years ago 2 Members · 3 Posts
  • skylar

    Member
    Feb 4, 2018 at 11:05 am

    We Have all been there,  Designing a landing page in whatever page builder you use Here are some tips to make sure It loads Lighting Fast.

    1 Avoid Slider Plugins. (JavaScript slows it down)

    2 You Should Use Optimized Images.

    3 Keep It short. Don't ramble on keep that for other pages.

    4 Use A CDN if necessary  I personally Would not use a CDN unless the site has over 100 images its just not that effective.

    5 USE Cache. I personally use WP Speed of light because of there Site-ground Cache integrations.

    6 The less plugins the Better.

    Your goal is your TTFB (Time to first byte should be around 500Ms.

    I have gotten Mine to .2 By doing the following.

    Site-ground Grow Big.

    Divi Theme

    WP Speed Of Light + Addon

    Super Cacher Levels 1,2,3 (Any Server Side cache will work)

    PHP 7.2 (Newest PHP 10% improvements)

    I don't Use A CDN for my site does NOT have enough Images.

    Combine CSS,JS,Group JS. (I would Not use WP-Rocket) To Many settings that can get messed up.

    Overall Keep it sort and sweet Don't overdo it.

    khiibots.com pings with .2ms

    And Loads anywhere from 1-3 sec depending on locations and .5 sec after 2nt load.

    Lastly, test in 3G 4G LTE does NOT EXIST Everywhere.

  • Adam

    Administrator
    Feb 5, 2018 at 3:22 pm

    Great writeup, thank you!

    • skylar

      Member
      Feb 5, 2018 at 3:58 pm

      Yea, Though You should do a review on WP Speed Of Light. With a Siteground hosting account. Its pretty dam impressive got a TTFB Of .2 On my testing site khiibots.com

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