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4 easy tips to speed up your WordPress site

Google made it official that page speed has a direct effect on ranking so here are 4 tips to speed up your WordPress site. Start off by using a good compression tool to optimize all your images – I like to use https://compressor.io/compress. If you have lots of images on your site already https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-smushit/ is quite a good option. Once done install the 3 plugins listed below to supercharge your site.


Google Mobile Rank

Google Desktop Rank

Speed up WordPress Plugins

These are 3 plugins that really work well together to speed up your site.

1.  https://wordpress.org/plugins/fast-velocity-minify/ Works out of the box.
2.  https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-super-cache/ There are plenty of guides online how to configure it.
3.  https://wordpress.org/plugins/a3-lazy-load/ Works out of the box.

eCommerce web design Cardiff

We work with startups, businesses, boutique design firms and marketing agencies across the UK to provide functional and aesthetic eCommerce systems with a focus on clean digital experience.

eCommerce website design Cardiff

eCommerce website design Cardiff

We can work independently or as a small team to provide eCommerce design, and front-end and back-end eCommerce development. We routinely create WooCommerce themes and plugins to build bespoke eCommerce sites that make your brand stand out.

Find our more here: eCommerce website design.

If you have a project you’d like to discuss or even an idea to bat around don’t hesitate to drop us a line.

Ultimate Member err_too_many_redirects

If you host a WordPress membership site you may well be using the popular Ultimate Member plugin and chances are if you’ve updated to Version 2 you may be wondering what’s causing the ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS warning. There doesn’t seem to be a one fit suits all solution but it’s worth checking Home isn’t set as the Logout page as that can cause redirects. You can check your settings by going to Dashboard -> Ultimate Member -> Settings -> General. If you find yourself getting a 404 error try logging in via your browser’s Incognito mode.