As we already know before that WPX offer free website optimization service on this post, now we need to know the detail process, what their team will do to optimize your website, and what optimization goal that they will reach on client website.
Various wordpress themes, plugins, WordPress versions, PHP versions, and functional requirements ranging from weblog to ecommerce and memberships services – you can get picture.
The WordPress plugin directory presently has almost 60,000 free plugins, and the coding level varies greatly, affecting the optimisation result.
Regular plugin evaluations, which remove unneeded and unnecessary plugins, are one of many standard practices for managing a WordPress website.
Furthermore, an untouched default WordPress website on WPX gets a near-perfect result on Google’s Core Web Vital signs, indicating that it is the recent changes to a website from each webmaster that might severely effect performance on Basic Web Vitals.
How should we go regarding optimizing our website?
WPX staff will build a complete website backup file before beginning the optimization procedure.
Please do not work on the website when the optimization procedure is in progress. You may lose certain work, as the specialists will have to work twice as hard to complete their tasks effectively.
If you are dissatisfied with the outcomes of the changes, you can restore your website to its original condition.
The following techniques will be used by expert optimization staff to improve your website:
1) Setting up a cache that is properly optimised to be used with the WPX system and their proprietary CDN, resulting in (generally) improved performance ratings on GT Metrix, Pingdom Tools, and also Google Pagespeed Tools;
2)Minify/combine CSS/JS for site optimization. Crucial for improving the scope of a page, although it may not be feasible to implement upon each website. WPX professionals staff will do all possible to ensure that the minifcation procedure for the page goes well.
3) Image file size reduction with little loss of quality for all photos used on the website. This usually improves test grades, increases loading speed, and reduces bandwidth usage.
4) Database optimisation (reducing the database size and speeding up operations by deleting unneeded tables). Prior to the optimisation, the staff will build a comprehensive backup database, to make sure that your website will be fully functional again.
5) Comprehensive plugin audit (our staff will examine for all the plugins and discover any that are slowing down or blocking the website from functioning properly). Every plugin that uses an excessive amount of resources will be flagged.
6) Perform new GTmetrix analyses on the webpage before and after optimisation, along with a report of all modifications made by the Cybersecurity & Optimization staff;
7) Before and after optimisation, full backups (database and files) in scenario you are not pleased with the optimization.
In summary, the following are the goals they’re working for:
1) Time To First Byte- less than 250 milliseconds in the state where it is hosted, less than 400 milliseconds globally.
2) First Contentful Paint – 2 seconds or less.
3) Largest Contentful Paint – 4.5 seconds or less
4) Load Time (Completed Document) – less than 2.5 seconds.
Please remember not every website will be able to meet all above goals, as website setting can have an impact on the optimization outcome.
Websites that operate WooCommerce, Ecommerce, E-Learning, LMS, Podcast, and Multilanguage, for instance, are substantially bigger and it’s nearly hard to meet these goals for them.
You will receive a complete refund if the Cybersecurity & Optimization staff has been unable to optimise the website for any reason.
The time required to finish an optimisation is 72 hours – 3 days of work; requests are also not processed on weekends. Requests for optimization sent over the weekend will begin on Monday.