Techniques such as using compressed files, removing unnecessary scripts and reducing the number of images used can reduce the number of HTTP requests required when loading a web page.
Caching temporarily stores frequently accessed data, such as images or videos, to reduce page load times. This enables the browser to fetch data from cache rather than from the server, resulting in faster loading.
Compressing files, such as images or CSS, can significantly reduce their size and increase page load speed.
Reducing the amount of code on a web page by removing unnecessary scripts, spaces and comments can decrease page load times.
A CDN is a network of servers located in different geographical locations, providing content from the server closest to the user. This can significantly reduce the time it takes for content to reach the user.
Websites optimized for mobile devices load faster on mobile devices and provide a better user experience. This can greatly improve website performance.