4 quick steps for building a website that's always optimised for page speeds and mobile devices

by WarriorForum.com Administrator
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Creating websites can sometimes be a hit-and-miss thing, especially for beginners. You'd want a website that has fast page load speeds, as well as mobile optimisation to make sure you're reaching mobile-inclined audiences.

Here are a couple of things you need to understand.

Create a website and content plan
Create a clear plan before delving into the technical details. Establish your website's goals, identify your target market, and sketch out its content strategy. Maintain a simple, clutter-free layout while putting an emphasis on intuitive navigation.

Pick a mobile-responsive design
A lot of website builders have responsive web design frameworks or templates that automatically adjust the layout and content to different screen sizes and devices. Popular options include Bootstrap and Foundation.

Optimize images and videos
Where possible, compress your images and videos to reduce file size while still retaining quality. You can also implement lazy loading so they load ONLY when users scroll to them.

Optimize code performance
Compress HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files to reduce file size and overall site bandwidth usage. You can also enable browser caching to store static assets locally on the users' device.
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  • Profile picture of the author anthuwin
    Continuous monitoring and optimization are key in maintaining optimal page speeds and mobile performance for your website.
    Great post
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  • Profile picture of the author shimulb
    I always Wordpress CMS; So, never thought about codes. I just a plugin to optimize page speed etc. And try not to use any page builder.
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert Clarke
    100% satisfied the info you provided, yes its true google recommend to its algorithms to rank site which is based on core web vitals and fully optimised
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  • Profile picture of the author zarrartahir
    Thanks for sharing these helpful tips for building a website that is fast and mobile-friendly. I agree that these are some of the essential steps to optimize a website for user experience and SEO. Here are some additional questions I have for you:

    - How do you test your website's speed and mobile-friendliness?
    - What are some of the best tools or resources for website optimization?
    - How do you measure the impact of your website optimization efforts on your traffic and conversions?

    I would love to hear your insights on these.
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  • Profile picture of the author James Cordon
    Opt for a lightweight design.
    Prioritize mobile responsiveness.
    Leverage caching and compression.
    Conduct regular performance audits.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zoheb M
    I would like to add that keeping it short and simple works best. Good headlines, with crisp content. Very appealing titles, easy to read articles, and clear call to actions.

    Also test out your copy and design elements, using conversion optimisation strategies. Even a consistent 1% improvement will have a good effect on your bottom line long haul.

    designing $100 landing pages, and talking business philosophy...

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