How to compress files in the shopify to improve web speed?

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by jasen , in category: PHP CMS , 2 months ago

How to compress files in the shopify to improve web speed?

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by cortez.connelly , 2 months ago

@jasen 

  1. Use image optimization tools: Before uploading images to your Shopify store, make sure to compress them using image optimization tools such as TinyPNG or Compressor.io. This will reduce the file size of your images without compromising their quality, resulting in faster loading times.
  2. Enable lazy loading: Lazy loading is a technique that delays loading non-essential resources such as images until they are needed. By enabling lazy loading in your Shopify store, you can prioritize loading important content first and reduce the overall page load time.
  3. Minimize CSS and JavaScript files: Remove any unnecessary CSS or JavaScript files from your Shopify store and minify them to reduce their file size. This can help improve loading times by reducing the amount of data that needs to be downloaded by the browser.
  4. Limit the number of apps and plugins: Every app or plugin added to your Shopify store can increase its load time. Review the apps and plugins you have installed and remove any that are not essential to your store's functionality. Keep only the ones that are necessary and optimize their performance.
  5. Use a content delivery network (CDN): A CDN stores copies of your website's files on servers located in different locations around the world. When a user accesses your Shopify store, the CDN serves the files from the server closest to them, reducing the time it takes to load your website.
  6. Enable gzip compression: Gzip compression reduces the size of your website's files before they are sent over the internet, resulting in faster loading times. Enable gzip compression in your Shopify store to compress files such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.


By implementing these tips, you can effectively compress files in your Shopify store and improve web speed for a better user experience.