if need professional help then shot the PM.
Hi @Gizasla , the easiest way to see if there are any optimization issues is run the url you're having trouble with through the Shopify Analyzer. That's a free tool my team built for the community to analyze performance of Shopify sites specifically + give recommendations.
The scoring / recommendations are based on over 1,000 Shopify sites we've analyzed (our expertise is in Shopify optimization: https://speedboostr.com).
Keep in mind that if an app you uninstalled had code in your theme files, you'll need to manually remove the code (because Shopify revokes app access the second you delete the app). The best place to check for this code is in theme.liquid, but if the app affected other areas of the site, check those templates too.
If you'd like a free analysis with recommendations just reach out to speedboostr.com/contact and we'll help you out.
I'm Richard - CRO Expert at PageFly Free Page Builder. I have checked your store speed using the Shopify Analyzer: https://analyze.speedboostr.com/result/fv250ybido. Please access the link to find your result.
I can see the main problem for the low loading speed is your image size. There are many pictures weight almost 1MB. To optimize website speed, images should only weight less than 100kb. You can use tool like tinypng.com to compress your images.
Based on my experience, there are some tips I think would help you in optimizing your store speed:
- Reduce redirects from pages to pages
Hope these things could help you to better your store speed. If you think this comment is helpful for you please give me a like or mark it as solution
To clearly know what is hurting the speed of your product pages, you should start by analyzing those pages in Google PageSpeed Insights and GTMetrix. These tools will give you a detailed analysis of the performance of your site along with the recommended improvements you can make to speed it up!
For examples, I analyzed a product page on your site, and here are the performance reports:
If you check these reports, you can see your current performance grade as well as Google Lighthouse recommendations for improving site speed and performance.
Also, if you have uninstalled some apps, they might have left behind some code that is not needed but is present and could be slowing down your site further.