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Do you want to achieve the fastest page load times possible for your website? We can help you with that! With years of experience we know all the ins and outs of how to get the maximum performance out of any website. Get a free page speed audit of your website and a price quote for our website speed optimization services now. Look below to see what we've done for our own website:



How To Optimize A Website's Performance.

Learn more about how to fully optimize the speed of a website by reading about the free page speed techniques below.

Enable gzip Compression

Reduce the size of web files served from a server by an average of 50-70%.

Optimize CSS delivery

Optimize CSS delivery for faster page rendering by inlining, defer loading, compressing and learning what, and what not to do.

Defer Load CSS

Defer load CSS scripts to render web pages quicker.

Leverage Browser Caching

Leverage browser caching to speed up your website. Learn about the methods that allow you to enable caching server side and client side.

Defer Load JavaScript

Defer load JavaScript files to improve page load times.

Inline CSS Scripts

Instantly render the critical CSS by calling it from the HTML head. Avoid render-blocking CSS files.

Make Fewer HTTP Requests

Make fewer HTTP requests to minimize parallel downloads by reducing the number of files a web page needs to render a page.

Use Less JavaScript

Learn how to detect and remove JavaScript that a web page doesn't necessarily need to function correctly.

Reduce The Amount Of Functional Images

Reduce the amount of image files a page is loading by combining or replacing them.

Optimize The Critical Rendering Path

Optimize the critical rendering path to speed up the initial above-the-fold view visitors see when loading a web page.

Lazy Load Images

Lazy load images by only loading them when the visitor is viewing them. This speeds up the loading of the above-the-fold content.

Optimize Images

Optimize images by reducing their file size to a bare minimum without losing image quality.

How To Speed Up WordPress

Optimize a WordPress website by using various plugins, tricks and methods.

Fix Broken Requests

Detect and fix all broken links, images and other files to improve performance. Broken requests can slow your website down.

Choose The Right Type Of Hosting

Which type of hosting is best for performance? Shared, VPS, dedicated or another type?

How To Speed Up Apache

Learn how to speed up an Apache server by tweaking its settings and using free applications.

Inline JavaScript

Inline (smaller) JavaScript to improve page load times.

Avoid Use CSS @import

Avoid using CSS @import to load external CSS files to avoid slowing a web page down.

Load Scripts Asynchronously

Load scripts asynchronously to improve page load times.

Avoid JavaScript Libraries

Avoid loading big JavaScript libraries like Jquery for website functionalities when possible.

Make Use Of a CDN

Use a Content Delivery Network to achieve the fastest response and download times.

Enable keep-alive

Make sure keep-alive is enabled to allow multiple browser connections without using multiple TCP connections.

Avoid Redirects

Avoid using unnecessary redirects, stop them from slowing your website down.





Improve Page Speed. Use One of Our Free Tools.

Use one of the below free tools to improve the performance of your website.

CSS Optimization Test

Analyze a website's CSS for performance.

CSS Compressor

Minimize CSS scripts to improve page speed.

JavaScript Optimization Test

Analyze if JavaScript is being optimally delivered on a website.

JavaScript Compressor

Minify JavaScript to maximize performance.

Gzip / Brotli Compression Test

Test whether Gzip or Brotli compression is enabled on your website.

Image Optimization Test

Test if images being loaded on your website can be optimized.

PNG Compressor

Reduce the file size of PNG images while keeping the image quality.

JPEG Compressor

Adjust the quality and/or size of JPEG images to reduce their file size.

CSS Sprites Generator

Save multiple images to a single image, resulting in fewer HTTP requests.

Caching Test

Check if and how all the files loaded on your website are being properly cached.

Broken Links/Requests Test

Test a web page for broken links and requests.

HTTP Requests Checker

How many HTTP requests does a web page make?

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Base64 Encoder

Encode web files to a Base64 string to reduce the number of HTTP requests.

Keep-Alive Checker

Check whether a website has keep-alive enabled.

Line Breaks Remover

Remove line breaks from scripts to reduce their size.

HTTP Header Checker

Check the HTTP server header of a web page.