The World Wide Web is known for its mass amount of information and fast availability for obtaining desired information. When a website’s load time is timely the viewer will often click the back button and search for another site. Don’t let that happen to your site.
To begin, complex HTML and larger file sizes will slow down loading time.
Optimize all the HTML and dependencies without losing quality information. Clean up out-dated information and rid extra space between lines, doing so will immediately speed up your load time. When organizing information and graphics to be loaded onto the site use a low file size.
Next, make your site independent from any third party content. Set up a separate script that will direct real simple syndication (RSS) feeds to a separate HTML document. You will benefit from this because now you are a separate entity from the third party. Should their site go down or DSN be delayed your site will not be effected.
It is true that some of these tips do not abide by the best practices for designing a website. Although it allows you to gain a different perspective on how your site is organized. It is important to pay particular attention to maintenance and also ensuring that all the material on your site is of value to your viewer.
The World Wide Web is the fastest resource for obtaining information and material is quickly coined as outdated. Consequently, stay ahead and give consumers the information they want and need quickly. Keep in mind maintenance and organization is extremely important in web design.