WordPress is an amazing CMS platform, but it can also be quite slow if not optimized correctly. In this guide, we will show you how to speed up WordPress by sharing our web performance strategies and recommendations. Businesses all over the world rely on WordPress to power their websites. It is used by over half of those that use a content management system and according to ManageWP, that is over 74 million websites that are currently using WordPress. WordPress is used by 58.8% of all the websites whose content management system we know. This is 24.4% of all websites. W3Techs Speed Up WordPress Follow the recommendations below to speed up WordPress and get your site load times down, ensuring the best user experience for your visitors. 1. Use a Solid Framework/Theme Behind every WordPress site, there is a theme or framework and along with that can sometimes come bloat. Every theme is coded differently and because of that there are those that are better than others. The default WordPress themes such as Twenty Fifteen is actually quite fast because it is very lightweight. Be careful when purchasing themes on popular marketplaces such as ThemeForest and Creative Market. While there are
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