Speed Optimization

Optimize Images

We utilize lossless compression to ensure your images are optimized without sacrificing quality. Any images images that are added in the future will automatically be compressed.

Remove Query Strings

URLs that contain “?” are not cached by some proxy caching servers or CDNS. This might translate to a missed chance for increased speeds, so we will make sure they are optimized.

Minify Javascript and CSS

We concentrate all scripts and styles, minify and compress them, add expiring headers, cache your website and move styles to the page head and scripts to the footer.

Optimize Mobile Experience

We ensure your website shows a responsive mobile version for every kind of browser and window resolution, uses correct fonts and has a good navigation system across all devices.

Render-Blocking Resources

We move JavaScript/CSS files, Font Awesome and Google Fonts code where they won’t affect the loading time of visual elements for your visitors.

Combine Requests

We reduce the amount of requests your website calls out for by combine all your CSS and JS and moving what we can to the footer. The result is drastically lower load times.

Leverage Browser Caching

We set up a regularly-updated saved version of your website. When people visit your site, they’re showed a faster-loading cached version instead of having to load the entire website.

Lazy Loading Images

Lazy loading for iframes and images across your site decreases load time and saves bandwidth. We make sure not to use external JS libraries to keep the call outs to a minimum.

Combine Requests

We reduce the amount of requests your website calls out for by combine all your CSS and JS and moving what we can to the footer. The result is drastically lower load times.

Enable Compression

We enable Gzip compression from your server or from where your assets are being delivered. This means lower loading times and an overall faster website.

Inline Critical CSS

CSS is technically only supposed to be declared in the header, so we inline the most important CSS and load what’s not absolutely necessary after it has rendered the page.

CDN Support

A Content Delivery Network copies your website to servers around the world and delivers it to users from the server closest to their geographical location.