DNS-prefetch is an attempt to resolve domain names before resources get requested. If your website opens connections to many third parties, prefetching those domains can help to reduce latency. The URLs that entered the field will be converted to protocol-relative URLs (//) when adding the hint. DNS Prefetch and Preconnect The difference between dns-prefetch and […]
Sitemap preloading follows the URLs placed in the sitemap and preloads them. Sitemaps generated by Rank Math, Yoast SEO, All-in-one-SEO Pack, and SEOPress are detected and they preload automatically when the option has enabled. If you are using different plugins, you can enter the sitemap URLs. Sitemap preloading is available on PoweredCache Premium only.
Preloading will visit pages based on the settings and generate cache, just like any other visitor to the site. How does it work? Preloading works as the background process and it can be triggered on following events: Limitations:
What is a CDN? A content delivery network (CDN) refers to a geographically distributed group of servers that work together to provide fast delivery of Internet content. How to Integrate with PoweredCache? First of all, you need to setup CDN. Once CDN is ready, you just need to map the CNAMEs. Make sure the CDN […]
WordPress loads “wp-emoji-release.min.js” by default on every page, you can simply remove emoji scripts to reduce HTTP requests and stop being loading emoji scripts. It won’t remove emojis.
Disables embedding posts from WordPress-based websites (including self embeds) which converts URLs into heavy iframes. Disabling embedding feature also removes wp-embed.min.js file.
It’s quite straightforward to disable lazyload for a particular post. You just need to check the “Skip lazy loading for this post” option on the post editing screen. Block Editor: Classic Editor:
Lazy loading is a strategy to identify resources as non-blocking and load these only when needed. It’s a way to shorten the length of the critical rendering path, which translates into reduced page load times. You can fix “defer offscreen images” problems by using lazy load. WordPress core supports native lazyloading since version 5.5+ How […]
What is minification? Minification is the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser. E.g code comments, formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names etc.. This process makes CSS files smaller and small files consume less time/bandwidth to download. What is combine? The […]